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April 11th, 2005
Law school hosts tech conference
More than 300 students and community members attended a day-long series of panels hosted on campus as part of the first Bay Area Law School Technology Conference.
The major issues were divided into four tracks: nanotechnology, fair use policy in the 21st century, e-Democracy and international intellectual property.
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