What + When + Where + Who
The Transparency and the Tech Sector Conference will convene on Friday, November 4, 2022 from 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. in the Wittemyer Courtroom, which is located in the Wolf Law Building, home of Silicon Flatirons and University of Colorado Law School, at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Wolf Law Building
2450 Kittredge Loop DR
Map | Driving Directions | Building Floorplan
This conference brings together transparency enthusiasts with transparency skeptics. It will discuss what transparency mechanisms we already have, and what we need. The conference aims to educate and inspire collaboration, drawing experts together across multiple areas of law and multiple fields.
Registration + Conference Agenda
Registration is required to attend the conference. Visit the event landing page for full details on conference agenda, scheduled speakers, content, and the link to register.
Virtual Livestream Option
A livestream viewing option is available ONLY to individuals registered under the virtual/livestream registration type. Zoom will automatically email unique links approximately 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the start of the broadcast. These links are unique to each registrant and are not meant to be shared with others. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with requests related to registration changes.
A permit is required to park at University of Colorado Law School. Parking Map/Permit Instructions.
COVID-19 Guidance and Restrictions
Transparency and the Tech Sector will take place as an in-person conference. We are excited to return to meeting in-person. We are also committed to protecting the health and safety of attendees, in accordance with federal, state, and university guidance. We ask all Transparency and the Tech Sector conference attendees to consider that for some, ongoing health risks to oneself or to household members may still pose a significant barrier to participation at in-person events.
Accordingly, we request but do not require that Transparency and the Tech Sector attendees consider wearing a high-quality, well-fitted mask indoors. This is in accordance with current University policy, which states that “[w]hile masks are optional on campus, we encourage those who prefer to do so to continue wearing them. Properly fitted N95 or KN95 masks remain an effective tool for preventing transmission, especially in conjunction with vaccination.” Please note that members of the CU campus community, including faculty, are required to have received the initial series of vaccine plus one booster.
- If you are concerned you have been exposed to COVID-19, please get tested.
- If you have symptoms of a respiratory infection, please consider not attending conference gatherings, or attending only while wearing a high-quality, well-fitted mask.
For more information, reference the current Boulder County and University of Colorado Boulder Public Health Measures and COVID-19 restrictions.
Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) provided. Ai-Live Caption: https://us.ai-live.com/CaptionViewer/Join/thirdparty?sessionId=USUOCB0411A
If registration fees inhibit your ability to participate in the event, or if you require additional accommodations, please contact us with your request.
Media Registration and Inquiries
All media should register under the appropriate registration type and contact email@example.com.
Discrimination and Harassment
This, and all Silicon Flatirons events are subject to University of Colorado Boulder’s Discrimination and Harassment Policy.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit
The State of Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal & Judicial Education has accredited this event as a continuing legal education seminar for a total of 5 general credits. Credits in Colorado are based on a 50 minute per credit hour scale. Session intros, breaks, keynotes, and Q&A sessions are not eligible for credit.
Course ID: 820493