[BBLISA-announce] Electronic oting & Democracy event; Saturday, Feb. 28

Adam S. Moskowitz adamm at menlo.com
Thu Feb 12 11:12:57 EST 2004

Electronic Voting in Massachusetts: Problems and Prospects
Saturday, February 28, 2004 8:30 AM - 4 PM
Suffolk University Law School, Room 295, Boston

Suffolk University Law School is located at 120 Tremont Street,
across from Park Street Station in downtown Boston

This event is free of charge but space is limited. To register, email
evoting at lawyerscom.org or telephone (617) 988-0604. Because space is
limited, we will only hold spaces for those who have registered until 8:45
AM on the morning of the conference. For more conference information, see


* Stephen Ansolabehere, Professor of Political Science at MIT and
  member of the Cal Tech/MIT Voting Project
* Arlene Ash, Research Professor at the BU School of Medicine
* Jim Dickson, American Association for People with Disabilities
* Executive Director of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under
* Rebecca Mercuri, Harvard University
* Curt Nyquist, New England School of Law
* George Pillsbury, Policy Director at Mass VOTE
* Ted Selker, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT;
  co-Director, Cal Tech/MIT Voting Project
* Jonathan Zittrain, The Berkman Centre for Internet and Society at
  Harvard Law School
* C. Scott Ananian, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, Electronic
  Civil Disobedience activist


* ACLU of Massachusetts
* Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
* League of Women Voters - Massachusetts
* League of Women Voters - Boston Chapter
* Mass VOTE
* Alliance for Democracy
* Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project
* Association of Computing Machinery - Greater Boston Chapter
* Institute for Electronic & Electrical Engineers - Boston chapters of
	IEEE Computer Society
	IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology
* Suffolk University Law School.

This event is the February meeting of IEEE Society on Social Implications
of Technology, Boston Chapter, and is open to the public. For more
information please visit http://public.messageweb.net/ssit-boston.

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