University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

Professionalism in the Digital World

Please join Academic Success, Career Services, Legal Residencies, and the Law Library at the second Professionalism Luncheon of the school year: Professionalism in the Digital World

*Space is limited—please RSVP on ASP Events TWEN site*
(if all slots are full, please email me to be placed on the waitlist)

Please join our two distinguished guests—Attorney Dave Allen of Dyn and Mr. Jeffrey Young of the Chronicle of Higher Education & Harvard University—for a sophisticated dialogue about professionalism in the digital era.  Attorney Allen & Mr. Young will discuss how social media and other new technologies are transforming higher education, as well as the practice of law and business. They will discuss how to use these technologies in ways that comport with—and deepen—the credo of professionalism.  Students will be invited to ask questions and share their own reflections on these topics.

Dave Allen @ Dyn
Dave Allen is General Counsel of Dyn. Located in Manchester, NH, Dyn is the world leader in providing Infrastructure as a Service to an international clientele, including Twitter and Pandora. Dyn has been described as the “Google of the North” and the leader in Northern New England’s growing tech industry.  Attorney Allen is a New Hampshire native and active in the Manchetser community, where he serves on several boards of directors. 

Jeffrey Young @ Harvard
Jeffrey Young is visiting Harvard University this year as a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Nieman Foundation.  Mr. Young is an editor and a writer at the Chronicle of Higher Education, covering the intersection of education and technology. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications.


Contact:

Leah A. Plunkett
Interim Director of Academic Success & Visiting Assistant Professor of Legal Skills
University of New Hampshire School of Law

leah.plunkett@law.unh.edu
(603) 513-5177

 


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