by Daniel J. Solove The IAPP recently released a report on the salaries of privacy professionals, and the findings are quite interesting. According to the results:
by Daniel J. Solove Since 2000, I have taught a law school course in information privacy law. When I started teaching, I could count the number of law schools that had such a course on one hand. Today, by my rough estimate, I believe that the course is offered in about 40-50 law schools.
by Daniel J. Solove The privacy profession is growing by leaps and bounds, but entering it is tricky. My law students and others frequently ask me how they can enter the privacy field. Most jobs seem to require a few years of experience, but the privacy profession is still relatively new, and getting this experience […]
Since now is the time that many new law professors are being hired, I thought I’d re-post an earlier post about teaching information privacy law. When new law professors are hired, there is often a lot of flexibility in what courses they can teach. While the law school will typically want a newly-hired professor to teach one […]