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CLE# 2007-039: Privacy in Alaska: Who Gets It? How Much Do They Get? When Do They Get It?

Credits: 1.5 General

Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2007


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Purchase Program Recording (includes course material):

  • Audio portion only on CD-Rom: $35.00

Course Materials Only:

  • CD-Rom: $20.00
  • Hard Copy: $30.00

*No CLE credit for materials only.


Topics:

This will be a fast moving look at the development of privacy n Alaska – the issues, the cases, the courts; and discusses trends and concerns in this area of law.

  • Where do modern notions of privacy come from?
  • How did a constitutional framework for analyzing privacy claims develop?
  • What impact did federal law have on state law?
  • Why does Alaska’s constitution contain a privacy provision?
  • What impact does the provision have on privacy rights?
  • Is the right to privacy expanding or contracting?
  • Where will the next privacy battles be fought?
  • How are privacy claims raised and litigated?

Faculty:

Moderator: Attorney Jeff Feldman
Panel: Alaska Supreme Court Justice (Ret.) Alex Bryner; 3rd Judicial District Presiding Judge Morgan Christen; and attorney Mark Ashburn. 


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