MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA — The West Virginia Law Review is hosting a symposium on March 31 to explore the impact of evolving technology on criminal investigations and law.
Featuring national legal scholars and law enforcement experts, the symposium will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Marlyn E. Lugar Courtroom at the West Virginia University College of Law. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.
Topics to be discussed include cell phone surveillance, the internet of things, encrypted email and artificial Intelligence.
“With technology advancing in leaps and bounds, it is imperative that the law recognizes and covers the issues that are sure to arise,” said Ben Wilson, current editor-in-chief of the West Virginia Law Review.
For more information on the 2017 West Virginia Law Review Symposium, including the agenda and presenters, please visit http://wvlawreview.wvu.edu/symposium-2017.
About the West Virginia Law Review
The West Virginia Law Review is a professional, student-governed legal journal that publishes articles of interest to legal scholars, students, legislators, and members of the practicing bar. Founded in 1894, is it among the oldest law reviews in the country.