Dean Erwin Chemerinsky delivered keynote remarks at a conference on the implications of drones.

Dean Erwin Chemerinsky delivered keynote remarks at a conference on the implications of drones.

Our June issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine contained some terrific content, And in an ICYMI effort, I’ll be pointing you to a few pieces between now and the end of the month.

Today, it’s all about the drone—and its privacy implications.

We were able to feature two great pieces. One came our way via the folks at the UNLV Boyd law school, the venue where a terrific conference on unmanned aerial systems (yes, drones) was held late in 2014.

And we also published an article by our own correspondent, Mary Tran. Mary is a Boyd law student, and previously lived and learned in Phoenix. I was so pleased to collaborate with her on her piece, which described the event’s keynote remarks by UC-Irvine Dean Erwin Chemerinsky.

You can read both articles online here.

More photos from the symposium are here.

It seems clear that drones will be a part of our lives for the foreseeable future. They will be used by businesses and governments. In the future, we’d like to cover the legal aspects of drones, which aspects may reveal themselves in surprising ways.

Does your practice area lend insight to those implications? Write to me at arizona.attorney@azbar.org.

Unmanned aerial systems (drones) are part of our future. How should they be used?

Unmanned aerial systems (drones) are part of our future. How should they be used?