Elon Law to host CLE program in Charlotte

Attorneys can explore cutting-edge issues in trade secrecy law, including generative artificial intelligence and COVID-19 vaccine development, with continuing legal education offered in person at Elon University Charlotte.

Professor Professor David S. Levine is leading an in-person CLE program for attorneys on Friday, Dec. 1, at Elon University Charlotte.

Professor David S. Levine

The university’s new facility in Charlotte’s South End will host “Trade Secrecy, Generative AI, and the COVID-19 Vaccines” with attendees invited to network afterward across the parking lot at Hi-Wire Brewing Company.

Topic: Trade Secrecy, Generative AI, and the COVID-19 Vaccines
Instructor: Professor David S. Levine
Date: Friday, December 1, 2023
Time: 3:00-5:00 p.m., immediately followed by optional networking at Hi-Wire Brewing Company
Location: 330 W. Tremont Ave., Charlotte, NC 28203
CLE hours granted: 2.0 hours (application pending with the N.C. State Bar)
Cost: $75 for attorneys; alumni use the code “elonlawalumni” to pay $50.

This course will examine two cutting-edge issues: the threats and opportunities in trade secret law posed by generative artificial intelligence, and the critical challenge involving process trade secrets and development of the COVID-19 vaccines.