Symantec Sponsors UCLA Law's Second Annual Cyber Crime Moot Court Competition

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Symantec Sponsors UCLA Law's Second Annual Cyber Crime Moot Court Competition

Thomas W.Holm, UCLA School of Law, discusses first-ever national moot court competition devoted to cyber crime issues
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UCLA Moot Court Cyber Crimes Competition

Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 11:00am

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Recent events have consistently demonstrated that cyber crimes present some of the most important and challenging issues our attorneys and legal system will have to confront now and in the future. For example, every second, 18 adults become a victim of cybercrime – that’s more than one and a half million cybercrime victims each day globally.

This spring, I was thrilled to be a part of the UCLA Moot Court Cyber Crimes Competition – the first-ever national moot court competition devoted to cyber crime issues.

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Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Moot Court Competition | Social Impact & Volunteering | Symantec | Victims | challenges | csr | cyber crimes | issues | sustainability | ucla school of law

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