I’ll be speaking on a panel during the Media Law in the Digital Age conference at Kennesaw State University outside Atlanta Saturday, so if you live in the area, come check it out.

Joining me on the panel is Mickey Osterreicher, general consul for the National Press Photographers Association, whom I profiled here and who has done extensive work on behalf of photographers.

I’ve talked to him on the phone many times, but have never met him, so I’m looking forward to it.

Here is a summary of our panel:

Room SO1019 – Is Recording in Public a Crime?  Mobile Devices and Newsgathering

Moderator:  Jeff Hermes, Assistant Director of the Citizen Media Law Project, Berkman Center, Harvard University. Panelists include: Mickey H. Osterreicher, General Counsel, National Press Photographers Association, Carlos Miller, Multimedia Journalist, Photography is Not a Crime, and Valerie Cummings. Assistant Professor of Journalism, Howard University.

There will be many other notable speakers on various other panels as well.

Maybe I’ll swing by the Coca Cola museum to see what kind of trouble I can stir up there.

And if anybody has any good barbecue joint recommendations in Atlanta, throw them out there.