This just in: The Privacy and Data Security Committee is on its way to becoming a new North Carolina Bar Association Section. With growing interest in the Privacy and Data Security arena, the North Carolina Bar Association formed a Privacy and Data Security Committee in June 2017. NCBA members from various practice areas joined the Committee to discuss privacy and data security matters that impact the general public and the legal profession at large. On Jan. 17, 2019 the NCBA’s Board of Governors approved the Committee’s application to become a full-fledged NCBA Section. As you can see, the Privacy and Data Security Section is on the move.
Whether your practice area focuses on privacy and data security, or just want to stay informed the latest topics and trends, you will find great benefit in joining the new Section, which will officially commence at the start of the new NCBA’s 2019-2020 fiscal year in July. Below is a list of membership benefits:
Opportunities to meet and network with other privacy and data security practitioners;
Opportunities to join interest-based subcommittees focusing on important privacy and data security issues, including those that arise in the international, in-house, law firm, public service, and law enforcement contexts;
Opportunities to attend CLEs and informal knowledge-sharing and social events;
Committee and subcommittee leadership opportunities;
Opportunities to publish and present on privacy and data security issues; and
Access to a Section listserv, a forum for members to connect and exchange questions and comments on developments in the field.
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