Personal privacy vs. national security, May 1

The Maricopa County Bar Association hosts a FREE educational program that discusses the vital issues of personal privacy and national security and how they should be balanced.

Privacy & Security in 2015 – Magna Carta Today,” will take place 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 1, at the Maricopa County Bar Association offices, 303 E. Palm Lane. Free parking on site.

The following panel of experts will discuss issues related to national security and personal privacy in an era of terrorism and digital media:

  • David Bodney, Ballard Spahr, LLP
  • Andrew Gordon, Coppersmith Brockelman PLC
  • Michael Morrisey, Mitchell Stein Carey
  • Prof. Daniel Rothenberg, ASU School of Politics and Global Studies
  • Moderator: Hon. Patricia K. Norris, Arizona Court of Appeals

The Maricopa County Bar Association hosts this special event in honor of Law Day.  On May 1 each year, the United States celebrates Law Day, which was created in 1957 by President Eisenhower as a national day of re-dedication to the principles of government under law. In recognition of the 800th anniversary of its signing on the field of Runnymede, England, the national theme for this year is “Magna Carta:  Symbol of Freedom Under Law.”

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