Law & Technology Virtual Workshop

In April 2020, NGTC had planned to host a small works-in-progress workshop in collaboration with colleagues at Brooklyn Law School. The purpose of this workshop had been to convene about a dozen scholars who work at the intersection at law and technology to present and provide feedback on early-stage research.

As with all plans for spring and summer 2020, the pandemic made this workshop impossible. Instead, we held a series of virtual workshops, starting in April 202. These workshops have continued and are now held on second and fourth Thursdays each month. As of August 2020, they are being co-hosted by Alan Rozenshtein (Minnesota) and Gus Hurwitz.

If you are interested in participating in this workshop series, either as a presenter or participant, please e-mail lawtechworkshop@gmail.com. Please note that we try to maintain a relatively small number of participants in each workshop so that we can have a fruitful virtual discussion.

A list of past and upcoming 2020 workshops is below - and more will be announced! 

  • Jan 13, Ngozi Okidegbe, The Democratizing Potential of Algorithms
  • Dec 9,  George Wang, De-Coding Free Speech
  • Nov 11, Nikolas Guggenberger, Essential Platforms 
  • Sept 23, Lauren Scholz, Privacy as Private Law: Rule Of Law In The Private Sphere
  • Sept 9, Andrew Keane Roods, Robophobia
  • Aug 26, Mailyn Fidler, Situational Right to Exclude: A Privacy-Protective Return To A Property-Based Fourth Amendment
  • July 2, Aaron Cooper, Congressional Surveillance
  • June 18,  Jacob Victor, Utility-Expanding Fair Use
  • June 11,  Lauren Scholz, Fiduciary Boilerplate
  • May 7, Kiel Brennan-Marquez & Daniel Susser, Risk, Fairness, And Radical Informational Asymmetry
  • May 21, Charlotte Tschider, Beyond The Black Box
  • April 23,  Half-Baked Ideas: Elana Zeide, “Scored Society” And Ensuring Fair Algorithmic Decisions, And Blake Reid, Copyright’s Role In The Accessibility Of Creative Works
  • April 16, Rebecca Crootof & Bj Ard, Structuring Techlaw
  • April 9, Half-Baked Ideas: Alan Rozenshtein, Disease Surveillance And The Fourth Amendment and Josh Fairfield, on TBD
  •  April 2, “The Quarantine Reading List”