Daniel Garrie, Senior Managing Partner, will be speaking at the FJA Quadrennial conference on Tuesday, May 8th. Mr. Garrie will be moderating a panel titled, “Cybersecurity and Its Functions Within the Law”, where he will be speaking alongside an esteemed group of speakers. Joining him on the panel are: Lt. Col. Shane Reeves, U.S. Military Academy, David Cass, IBM, and Chris Inglis, Paladin Capital Group. During the panel, they will discuss the basics of cybersecurity, why judges may be especially at risk of cyber attacks, and how to secure their courtroom.
The Quadrennial program celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Fourteenth Amendment with panel discussions on the role of the judiciary post Brown v. Board of Education and the modern day approaches to civil rights issues. The FJA will host remarks by Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her biographers. Additional programs include panels on the independence of the judiciary. The full conference agenda can be found here.