Wednesday, July 18, 2007
I am very proud to announce that Centre for Asia Pacific Technology Law & Policy at NTU is co-organising an international conference here in Singapore on the impact of Virtual World technologies on education, law and society. The conference is jointly organised by Harvard Law, Yale Law and Trinity and Nanyang Technological Universities.
The conference will be held at the Marina Mandarin Singapore from 19th to the 22nd August. In addition to the multidisciplinary tracks in the conference proceedings, CAPTEL will also be conducting a workshop on the last day of the conference on Virtual World's legal issues on business in particular on Asian businesses and opportunities.
Have a look at this site to register for the conference - STATE OF PLAY homepage.