Privacy & Information Technology Law Society
Founded in July 2013, John Marshall's Privacy & Information Technology Law Society facilitates open dialogue among John Marshall students about the ongoing developments in privacy and information technology law.
The Privacy & Information Law Society explores the interests of its members in the area of privacy information technology, including data security, trademark, copyright, free speech, online spying, big data, online advertising and marketing, and more. The Society invites experts in their field to speak to members and guests on a multitude of topics in the above mentioned areas as well as other subjects of interest to the membership. The Society will also serve as a conduit for networking, not only with fellow students but alumni and attorneys in the field. Finally, the Society serves as a resource for students and alum interested in the aforementioned subjects and succeeding in practice through our website, lectures, and other materials.