June 13, 2013 | By Kurt Opsahl

Congratulations to the Winners of the EFF Cyberlaw Pub Quiz

On Tuesday night, over 100 attorneys and friends participated in the Sixth Annual EFF Cyberlaw Pub Trivia Night, testing their knowledge of the trivial details that arise where the law meets technology.  Teams included representatives from a host of major technology law firms and and Internet companies, representing the best and the brightest luminaries of cyberlaw.  The seven rounds of questions were written by EFF's attorneys, technologists and activists, pulling trivial details from the rich canon of privacy, free speech, and intellectual property law.

First Place Winners: The Clappers

Please join us in congratulating the winners:

1st Place: The Clappers (Fenwick & West)

2d Place: Wikigeeks (Durie TangriRidder, Costa, and Johnstone LLPCathy Gellis, et al)

3d Place: One-Way Ticket to Hong Kong (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati)

EFF’s Cyberlaw Pub Trivia Night is an important opportunity for us to thank our friends in the legal community who help protect online freedom in the courts. Among the many firms that dedicate their time, talent and resources to the cause, we would especially like to thank Ridder, Costa, and Johnstone LLP for sponsoring this year’s Trivia Night.

Extra special thanks to Chief Judge Alex Kozinski for his wonderful contribution of quotes from his own rich canon of written opinions for the Kozinski Round, which was easily the most popular round of the evening. 

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