Kathleen Riley is a third-year law student at the UNC School of Law, a former intern with digital entertainment firm, Morrison/Lee, and an avid gamer. As part of the NC Journal of Law & Technology, Kathleen has focused on the intersection of video games and the law, with a particular interest in loot boxes and gambling; virtual and augmented reality; and user-generated content. Last year, Kathleen was a finalist in the international Games Law Summit’s Legal Games Challenge and served as an International Game Developer Association Foundation’s Women in Games Ambassador.
April 17TH, 2018
9:00am – 3:00pm
ECGC’s Indie Game Development Summit will explore a variety of topics related establishing and operating an independent game studio. Get legal tips for starting a company and learn how to protect your creations. Learn how to obtain funding for projects and what it takes to run a healthy company. Indie developers share their insights and experiences, and take your questions.