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This page will contain information on Program Logistics for iLaw 2011.

Audio and Video Recording Consents

Audio and video from the 2011 iLaw Program will be recorded live. Harvard Law School requires us to obtain consent from all students, presenters, and other audience members who may be recorded on video or audio prior to the program. We will require program attendees to sign a consent, or opt-out of video recording, during registration before the first session on Tuesday.

Accommodations will be made for any audience member who does not wish to be recorded on video. If possible, please let us know if you plan to opt-out of recording ahead of the program (by contacting ilaw@cyber.law.harvard.edu) so we can ensure the accommodations will be as comfortable as possible.

If you have any questions about the recording, feel free to ask us as ilaw@cyber.law.harvard.edu as well.

Contact Information

Contact Amar Ashar and Caroline Nolan with programmatic or logistical questions about iLaw 2011.

Contact David O'Brien with questions about the wiki, or consult the MediaWiki Handbook.

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Important Program Information

Please note that the iLaw 2011 Program is a Harvard Law School class that is closed to the public. Attendance is restricted to registered students and invited guests.

Except for the Evening Events, iLaw 2011 will take place in the "Austin North" room in Austin Hall on the Harvard Law School campus.

Substantive sessions of iLaw will take place in Austin Hall. Please note that the Evening Events may located elsewhere (see page for details).

Lodging

For a list of local hotels and accommodations, see this page.

Parking

Parking is not available through Harvard Law School, but there are several parking garages in Harvard Square.