Location: 500 First Street, 9th floor convening space
Date: March 29, 2023
Organized by Center on Privacy & Technology

Join the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law for the official launch of Cop Out: Automation in the Criminal Legal System, followed by a roundtable discussion focused on strategies of resistance, featuring: Assia Boundaoui, journalist and filmmaker behind The Feeling of Being Watched and Inverse Surveillance Project; Nasser Eledroos, Managing Director of Northeastern Law’s Center on Law, Innovation, and Creativity; Meg Foster, Justice Fellow at the Center on Privacy & Technology, Puck Lo, Research Director at Community Justice Exchange; Freddy Martinez, Senior Researcher at Project on Government Oversight; and Paromita Shah, co-founder and Executive Director of Just Futures Law.

Coffee and tea will be available at 3:00pm and the event will start at 3:30pm.