ITechLaw 2010 European Conference
28–29 October 2010 • Berlin, Germany • Hotel Adlon Kempinski
An Invitation from ITechLaw President Sandra Jeskie
As President of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), it is my pleasure to invite you to ITechLaw’s 2010 European Conference, to be held in Berlin, Germany, 28-29 October. Throughout Europe, Berlin is known as a major hub of commerce, culture and intellect. The city is vibrant, forward-looking, and home to many leading edge companies, making it an ideal choice for this technology-focused event.
This year's conference reflects the excellence that you have come to expect from ITechLaw. Be prepared to jump into the hottest topics in technology law, such as social media, cloud computing and the impact of the global economy on your practice. Experts will lead each session, providing new and interesting perspectives to explore. In addition to the educational conference sessions, our members have told us that they value networking with colleagues from around the world , and we've designed our Berlin meeting to incorporate many such opportunities. Whether during a break between sessions or at our elegant Gala Dinner, you will have ample time to meet with colleagues who share similar interests.
As always, we chose a location that reflects the energy of this annual event. Last year’s ITechLaw European Conference received rave reviews for its programming and networking opportunities. In the words of last year’s attendees, the conference was, “a must for practitioners in the field,” and “no other organization offers the superb combination of high quality, cutting-edge presentations and vast networking opportunities that ITechLaw does.” We are sure that this year’s conference will be at least equally compelling.
Join us for this exciting, high-profile event in our beautiful host city. We look forward to seeing you in Berlin!
Sandra Jeskie, President, ITechLaw
Philadelphia, PA, United States
The ITechLaw Association is aware of a recent travel alerts issued by a number of governments alerting citizens to the potential for terrorist attacks in Europe. We recommend that registrants for the 2010 European Conference check with their government for additional information on traveling to Germany from your country.
The safety of our members and conference registrants is of the utmost importance to ITechLaw. ITechLaw is closely monitoring the situation, and will continue to post updates on this site and alert conference registrants with any updates.
Please refer to a statement issued by the Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin for additional information from the hotel.Please contact ITechLaw Member Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.