Volunteer to Speak w/SCU Internet Law Student Organization Members
Thank you for volunteering to speak with our members! ILSO [
] is a law student organization for students interested in Internet law and policy. This semester, our goal is to help incoming law students recreate the offline networking experience as closely as possible. With your help, we hope to create a large Internet, technology, and policy network for our members to tap into this fall. Currently, we are planning to host Zoom "break-out" sessions, pairing each industry volunteer with a group of no more than 3-4 students for 30 minute coffee chats. Additionally, we would like to provide this list of industry contacts to our members so that they might reach out directly and establish their own meetings.
We are accepting industry volunteers from all backgrounds and roles in Internet, Privacy, technology law and policy. We welcome (and strongly encourage) volunteers from "non-traditional" legal roles (such as Trust & Safety) and from all types of organizations (like government and think-tanks). It is not a requirement that you're a practicing attorney!
Thank you for completing the below survey.
Do you have a J.D.? (Law degree)
Preferred Contact Information
How would you like to volunteer?
I would like to speak with a group of 3-4 students in a Zoom break-out session
I would like my contact information to be available for ILSO students to reach out to me directly
I would be interested in giving a presentation to a larger audience about my current career and my path
I'm interested in finding out more about 1-1 mentoring a law student who wants to work in the tech industry. Please have Marian Williams from the Tech Edge JD program contact me. (
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