Attorney Brown Receives Cybersecurity Technical Certification

Attorney Shannon Brown passed the new, performance-based, CompTIA Security+™ certification exam on September 16, 2014. CompTIA Security+™ certification provides an industry-recognized method to objectively demonstrate technical skills in computer security, data security, or cybersecurity. The new cybersecurity certification is believed to be a first for an attorney in Pennsylvania. The…

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Attorney Brown Presenting at ShmooCon 2014

Attorney Shannon Brown will  present Technology Law Issues for Security Professionals at ShmooCon 2014. The talk will generally discuss emerging and current legal issues for security researchers including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), Stored Communications Act (SCA), the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and state Computer Crimes Code. attend the talk at 10:00AM on Saturday, January 18, 2014.

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Predictive Coding Session at the Lancaster Bar Association

On 15 October 2013, attorney Shannon Brown presented a CLE entitled An Introduction to Predictive Coding, TAR, and Emerging eDiscovery at the Lancaster Bar Association’s 2013 Bench Bar Conference. The well-attended event covered general issues increasingly facing attorneys involved in eDiscovery (and normal law practice): getting a grasp on the…

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Attorney Brown Completes Harvard Law School’s First Online Copyright Course

Attorney Brown completed Harvard Law School’s first, online, course (in Copyright) offered during the Spring semester 2013. The 12 week course covered statutes, case-law, and theory about US and international copyright. The course ended with a comprehensive final exam (in law school format and taking four hours or more to complete). As Professor William (Terry) Fisher describes the exam,
“the exam was comprehensive…. [T]he exam was difficult; it was very similar to the final examination that I gave this spring to the students in my course on Copyright at Harvard Law School. “

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Machine Learning Technical Presentation

Attorney Shannon Brown delivered a presentation on 06 April 2013 entitled “An Overview of Machine Learning” at BarCamp Harrisburg. The presentation provided basic information about machine learning including

defining machine learning,
distinguishing supervised and unsupervised machine learning,
classification,
ranking, and
clustering.

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Statements of Accomplishment for Natural Language Processing and Cryptography Coursework

Attorney Shannon Brown received two, Statements of Accomplishment for completing courses in 1) Natural Language Processing and 2) Cryptography. Coursera offers the challenging, non-credit courses which are taught by Stanford University Professors. According to data released by the Natural Language Processing professors, only about 3% of students received a Statement of Accomplishment for that course.

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CALI’s Topics in Digital Legal Practice Completed

Attorney Shannon Brown completed the nine-week Topics in Digital Legal Practice course offered by CALI. The non-credit, online course (MOOC) covered emerging topics such as Virtual Law Offices, Document Automation, Un-bundled Legal Services, and Social Media. The primary take-away was: the legal profession has changed significantly due to technology innovations.

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Shannon Brown Completes Technology Courses

attorney Shannon Brown received Statements of Accomplishment for two, non-credit, computer science courses: 1) Machine Learning and 2) Artificial Intelligence.

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Attorney Brown Attends VirtualLegalTech 2010

VirtualLegalTech explored emerging technology issues in the legal community—from e-Discovery to cloud computing—all in an online, virtual conference environment.

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