20 May 2015
Hosted by Lawrence Lessig, the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. Lawrence will be presenting on the nature of the corruption of democracy of the United States of America, and the challenges to address it, with Innotech London. The consequence of that corruption is the accelerating loss of the ability of America to govern — a burden that will be felt far beyond America’s borders.
Lawrence Lessig has already transformed intellectual-property law with his Creative Commons innovation. Now he’s focused on an even bigger problem: The US’ broken political system. Over the space of an evening you will get the opportunity to hear Larry explain the situation as it is now, and what can be done to action change both in the US and other democracies all over the world.
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