Date: January 28, 2022
Organized by Institute for Technology Law & Policy

The Georgetown Law Technology Review, in partnership with the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy, invites you to our biennial symposium:

Data is everywhere. It is collected, shared, and analyzed in almost every industry and every layer of government. Going beyond its eventual use in algorithmic decision making, this symposium brings together novel scholarship on the hidden interactions of data with policing, government systems, and democratic ideals. With speakers ranging from Julie Mao of Just Futures Law to Georgetown Law’s very own Brishen Rogers, join us on Data Privacy Day to consider deep questions on data governance and the impact of data on our government.

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Symposium Agenda



Panya Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, Georgetown Law Technology Review


The Impact of Public-private Data Sharing on Law Enforcement

Moderator: Laura Moy, Georgetown Law

Sarah Lamdan, The City University of New York

Julie Mao, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of Just Futures Law

Rebecca Wexler, UC Berkeley




Governance with Data and Problems of Differential Access

Moderator: Tanina Rostain, Georgetown Law

Julia Lane, New York University

Margo Anderson, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Margaret Kwoka, The Ohio State University

Laura Edelson, New York University




Governance with Data and Problems of Democracy

Moderator: Julie Cohen, Georgetown Law

Craig Konnoth, University of Virginia

Brishen Rogers, Georgetown Law

Salomé Viljoen, Columbia University


Closing Remarks

April Doss, Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy