38 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 449 (2014-2015)
Privacy and Data Security for Lawyers

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for Lawyers
James R. Silkenatt
It is my privilege to introduce Jim Silkenat, Immediate Past President
of the ABA. Jim graduatedfrom the University of Chicago School of
Law, where he was editor of the Law Review. He then went to New
York University School of Law and earned his Master of Laws in
International Law. He has served as Chair of the International Law
Section ofthe ABA. In fact, in 2007, he received the Lifetime Achieve-
mentAwardfrom thatABA Section. He has authored or co-authored
fifteen books and over 100 scholarly articles on legal issues concern-
ing business and the justice system. And I would encourage you to
join the ABA, ifyou haven 't already, because it contains people like
Jim Silkenat. He is one of those people who has the unique ability to
make people believe they are important and motivate them to do great
things that they ordinarily might not do. Jim is a keen intellect. He
has been a great president of the ABA, and he is a man of honor and
integrity. Please join with me in welcoming Jim Silkenat. *
Thank you, Mr. Coplin. It is an honor to be here in Birmingham, to
discuss the issues of practicing law in our current technological age.
Given all the snow and cold in New York this year, I have been looking
forward to this event for some time. I had not realized that winter in
Birmingham felt so much like winter in New York.
t B.A., Drury College; J.D., University of Chicago School of Law; LL.M., New
York University School of Law. Mr. Silkenat is the Immediate Past President of the
American Bar Association. He is a partner in the New York office of Sullivan &
Worcester LLP and helps coordinate the firm's cross-border/international business
practice.
This Article is based on Mr. Silkenat's presentation as the keynote speaker at a
symposium, Practicing Law in the Age of Surveillance and Hackers: An Exploration
of Privacy and Data Security, hosted by the American Journal of Trial Advocacy at
Cumberland School of Law on February 27, 2015.
. Introduction of the keynote speaker was made by Cumberland School of Law
alumnus, William T. Billy Coplin, Jr., of Demopolis, Alabama. Mr. Coplin currently
serves with Mr. Silkenat in the ABA House of Delegates.

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