Emily Tucker is an Adjunct Professor of Law and the Director of Research and Advocacy at the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown. Professor Tucker teaches courses about the civil and human rights implications of technology and mass surveillance. Professor Tucker was previously a Teaching Fellow and Supervising Attorney in the Federal Legislation Clinic at the Law Center. Before coming to Georgetown, she worked for ten years as a movement lawyer, supporting grassroots groups to organize, litigate, and legislate against the criminalization and surveillance of poor communities and communities of color. She earned a BA at McGill University, a Masters in Theological Studies at Harvard Divinity School, and a JD at Boston University Law School.

Scholarship

Forthcoming Works - Journal Articles & Working Papers

Emily Tucker, Deliberate Disorder: How Policing Algorithms Make Thinking About Policing Harder, N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change (forthcoming).
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Book Chapters & Collected Works

Emily Tucker, Four Racial Justice Principles for Policy Response to Carceral Technology, in The Dark Side of Reform: Exploring the Impact of Public Policy on Racial Equity 49-66 (Tyrell Connor & Daphne M. Penn eds., Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books 2022).