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About the Privacy Law Salon

The Privacy Law Salon is a series of unique events inspired by the salons in France during the Enlightenment. Animating the Salon is a philosophy that the most productive way to generate knowledge and solutions to problems is through informal and close-knit meetings between leaders in the field.

In place of PowerPoint slides and canned presentations, Salon events consist mainly of seminar-style breakout discussions of about 20 participants each.

Only those with considerable experience in this field are being invited to participate. Everyone is expected to contribute to the discussions. This is not a “sit-and-listen” type of event.

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Organizing Committee

Daniel J. Solove

Daniel J. Solove

John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law
George Washington University Law School

President & CEO
TeachPrivacy

Chris Hoofnagle

Chris Hoofnagle

Adjunct Professor

UC Berkeley School of Law & School of Information

Paul Schwartz

Paul Schwartz

Jefferson E. Peyser Professor
Berkeley Law School

Director
Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

Special Advisor
Paul Hastings LLP

Founding Member

Christopher Wolf

Christopher Wolf

Partner, Leader of Privacy and Information Management Practice

Hogan Lovells US LLP