Empowerment

To deliver on our mission, iLIT designs each element of its work to accelerate our students’ professional growth, to empower them as leaders, and to ensure that what they build at Temple serves as a foundation for careers that will change the world for the better.

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

iLIT prioritizes student leadership, student-driven projects, and the expansion of opportunities for day and evening division students to have an impact through iLIT’s work and mission.

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Law, Innovation & Technology Colloquium Guest Speakers

Sept. 19 – Prof. Dr. Andrea Tosato, Associate Professor in Commercial Law at the School of Law of the University of Nottingham and a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, will present The Private Law of Stable Coins with Prof. Tom Lin offering comments.

Oct. 3 – Dr. Giovanna Massarotto, Academic Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, will present a work based on her research into the intersection of antitrust, IP law and technology (commentator TBD)

Oct. 17 – Prof. Rebecca Hamilton, Associate Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law, will present virtually a work-in-progress based on her research into platform-based crimes (commentator TBD)

Nov.7 – Prof. Barak Orbach, Robert H. Mundheim Professor of Law and Business at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law) will present virtually a work in progress with our own Prof. Erika Douglas to comment

Nov. 21 – Grace Mutungu, Research Fellow, The Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law at Strathmore University in Kenya, will present virtually a work relating to her research on digital rights, governance and development with our own Laura Bingham set to comment

Dec. 5 – Prof. Ashley Deeks, Class of 1948 Professor of Scholarly Research in Law, University of Virginia School of Law, and former Associate White House Counsel and Deputy Legal Adviser, National Security Council will present on international law and artificial intelligence (commentator TBD)


Professional Development AND FEATURED STUDENT WORK