Lunch and Learn Speaker Series: The Power of Your JD in an Interdisciplinary and Innovative World

The law school's Center for Health Policy and LawCenter for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC) and New Markets Partnership are joining forces to launch a Lunch & Learn Speaker Series aimed at increasing student access and engagement with graduates and practitioners in non-traditional legal roles. Monthly lunch conversations will take place throughout the academic year and will connect to broader initiatives that the School of Law is establishing to expand its cooperative legal education program and post-graduate opportunities for students. The first Lunch & Learn will take place in October.

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Lunch and Learn Speaker Series Schedule 2018-2019

Fall Quarter

October 24, 2018
Rita Heimes
General Counsel, Research Director and Data Privacy Officer, International Association of Privacy Professionals (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)
Focus: privacy and innovation

Winter Quarter

January 9, 2019
Fred Fedynyshyn
Senior Counsel, Perkins & Coie (Seattle, Washington)
Focus: virtual currency, blockchain technology, compliance and regulatory

February 6, 2019
Garth Davis ’12
Compliance Program Manager, Wellframe (Boston)
Focus: digital healthcare, compliance, privacy and security

Spring Quarter

March 13, 2019
Luke Blackadar ’14
Director of Legal Services, Arts & Business Counsel of Greater Boston (formerly Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts)
Focus: intellectual property protection and affordable legal services for the arts and business communities
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March 27, 2019
Michelle Anderson
Attorney, ZwillGen, (Boston)
Focus: privacy, security and consumer protection
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April 3, 2019
Jason Rifkin ’03 
President/CEO, PhageNova Bio, Inc. (New York, New York)
Focus: IP/early stage biotechnology

Robert Warren ’03
Chief Operation Officer and Chief Financial Officer, AZTherapies, Inc. (Boston)
Focus: disruptive technology and clinical stage pharmaceuticals/biotechnology

Co-sponsored by:
Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC)
Center for Health Policy and Law
New Markets Program