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3 key reasons to attend:

1. Gain a firm understanding of all crucial areas of IT law and practice in the UK  
2. Stay abreast of recent case law
3. Develop plans to combat common problem areas

An all-inclusive 5-day residential event:

The IT Law Summer School includes full board accommodation, meals and social activities for the duration of the summer school (except Wednesday dinner and drinks at college bar).

Network with expert speakers and peers:
Gala evening dinner, punting on the River Cam, quiz night and BBQ...



Past attendees from leading firms:

Statoil, Genworth Financial, Slaughter and May, RBS, The British United Provident Association, DLA Piper UK, Herbert Smith, Hogan Lovells, Kemp Little, Taylor Wessing, KCOM Group, Olswang, and many more

IBC Legal's 5-day residential IT Law Summer School 2015 will give you a comprehensive understanding of all crucial areas of IT law and practice!

Key reasons to attend this year's IT Law Summer School:

Take home practical advice and comprehensive event documentation for future reference

Debate contentious topics in a relaxed environment

Gain cutting-edge advice and insights on crucial legal incidents to prepare for problem areas

Review the most crucial developments in IT law and practice in the UK and worldwide

Key facts and figures about the IT Law Summer School:

  • 450+ individuals have benefited from attending this essential summer school

  • The event is now running successfully in its 18th year

  • Included in the price per delegate are 4 nights accommodation

  • This is simply 1 unmissable event to gain crucial knowledge

View the latest IT Law Summer School agenda

Key focus of the IT Law Summer School 2015 includes:

  • IT contracts 
  • IT security
  • Technology and IP
  • Liabilities
  • E-commerce
  • Business method patents
  • Open source and licensing
  • Technology procurement
  • Insolvency
  • Localisation and main contracting
  • Applications developments
  • Trans-border data transfer
  • Competition law & IT
  • Cloud computing
  • Copyright
  • Outsourcing
  • Dispute resolution
  • Online service provider liability
  • Employees and the internet
  • Data processor clauses

Secure your place at IT Law Summer School today!

The line-up of speakers for the IT Law Summer School 2015 includes:

  • Quentin Archer, Hogan Lovells International
  • Graham Smith, Bird & Bird
  • Harry Small, Baker & McKenzie
  • Rosemary Jay, Hunton & Williams
  • Christopher Millard, Queen Mary University of London & Bristows
  • David Smith, ICO
  • Cameron Craig, HSBC Holdings
  • Cerys Wyn Davies, Pinsent Masons
  • Mike Conradi, DLA Piper UK
  • Pat Treacy, Bristows
  • Joel Harrison, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy
  • Jeremy Drew, RPC
  • Richard Cumbley, Linklaters
  • Benjamin Slinn, Baker & McKenzie
  • Mark Watts, Bristows
  • Rob Sumroy, Slaughter and May
  • Ellen Temperton, Lewis Silkin
  • Neil Brown, neilzone.co.uk
  • Mark Henley, Bisley Law
  • Mark Weston, Matthew Arnold & Baldwin

Examine the full spectrum of IT law by attending this residential IT Law Summer School:

Now in its 18th year, this 5-day residential event will provide newly qualified lawyers and all those choosing a career in IT with a sophisticated and comprehensive guide to IT law and practice.

  • Learn in a variety of formats, including in-depth presentations, interactive group discussions, interesting case studies, timely debates and practical workshops
  • Embrace crucial practical tools and legal updates
  • Assess how to master practical challenges in your everyday work successfully
  • Enhance your knowledge to comply with legislation

Each day of the event will focus on particular topical issues as leading IT law experts from a diverse background analyse current cases and developments.

Each day of the summer school focus on specific issues: 

  • DAY 1: Core concepts & key contracts
  • DAY 2: Contracts, copyright & comeptition
  • DAY 3: Corporates, claims & clouds
  • DAY 4: Privacy & protection
  • DAY 5: Communications, e-commerce &       convergence

View the latest IT Law Summer School agenda here

Take advantage of unique learning and networking opportunities at the IT Law Summer School 2015:

  • Learn in a variety of formats - including lectures, case studies, joint presentations, panel debates and an interactive workshop

  • Debate contentious topics in a relaxed environment

  • Build up your pool of contacts for future career opportunities

  • Network with peers and expert at the social activities - including a quiz night, gala dinner, punting, BBQ, and more

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(updated 8 October 2015)

Don't just take out word for it. See what your peers think of our past IT Law Summer Schools:

"Beautiful location, great opportunity to meet people in the same industry. Organised social activities were excellent. Fantastic course."
C Copeman
"The Summer School is tremendously informative. I have come away with a much better understanding of the overall sector and interactive sessions have focused my mind on particular drafting issues."
A Lloyd
DLA Piper UK
"Very good mix of law and practical effects."
P Dwyer
DLA Piper UK
"The conference provides an excellent overview of the current landscape of IT law and practice."
L Stewart
Pinsent Masons

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