Programs and Events
Programs and Events


ITechLaw® CyberSpaceCamp® 

Bangalore, India 
February 22, 2012

The INTA Young Practitioners Committee is proud to associate itself with the ITechLaw® CyberSpaceCamp® program. Conducted in a classroom atmosphere, experienced global faculty will conduct learning sessions in a boot camp, interactive style.

The ITechLaw® CyberSpaceCamp® program is aimed not only towards young technology lawyers, corporate counsel, government officials, other professionals and law students who want to expand their knowledge, but also towards seasoned practitioners and professionals who may seek to refresh and expand their learning with this exciting area of law, as it develops in their country. Previously the CyberSpaceCamp® has been successfully conducted in Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Istanbul and Bangalore.

ITechLaw® is conducting its third CyberSpaceCamp® program in Bangalore, India on February 22, 2012. INTA will be a part of this process of learning and giving back to the profession. An intensive practical-approach based curriculum is being developed by members of the INTA from across different jurisdictions who will serve as faculty for the Camp and will train younger members of the profession on new and exciting areas of IP and IT law.

The CyberSpaceCamp® is a platform for experienced lawyers from US, Europe, Asia and all over the world to interact with the lawyers and professionals from India and share their insight and in-depth view of the implications of technology law and practice as it has developed in their jurisdiction, allowing lawyers and professionals in India to learn and adapt itself to global trends.

Speakers from INTA member organizations include:

  • Karin Sandberg, Harmschen Utescher, Germany
  • Nick Redfearn, Rouse, Indonesia
  • Shwetasree Majumder, Fidus Law Chambers, India
For further details on topics, speakers and registration please access

We encourage INTA members to sign up for the ITechLaw® CyberSpaceCamp® 2012 in Bangalore. Any further questions on the above maybe directed to