The Tech Institute publishes monthly newsletters, in which we post all our events and happenings!
Included with our upcoming and previous events, we publish faculty and fellows updates, student and fellow spotlights, and job and fellowship opportunities.
The Tech Institute welcomes our new Executive Director Natalie Roisman in the October Newsletter!
October saw some exciting new events announced by the newsletter, including "A Conversation with Linnet Taylor on Just Data Governance," "Technology, Listener, and the First Amendment with Helen Norton," "A Conversation with Professor and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff," and "AI Governance: A Conversation with Max Schrems."
We welcome back students to the Law Center in our August newsletter and also had some new job opportunities.
In this summer newsletter we featured the exciting news that Laura DeNardis joined Georgetown Tech & Society, the Georgetown Civil Justice Data Commons' new report, and several exciting updates from our faculty!
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted the new Georgetown Civil Justice Data Commons publication, "Civil Court Data at the Local Level: Interviews and Insights from Four Locations." We also announced our launching of the first stage of “Reimagining 21st Century Justice”: Charleston Social Services Navigators Demonstration Project. We had updates from Professors Anupam Chander and Amanda Levendowski, as well as an update from our Non-Resident Fellow Travis Moore.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted our upcoming Annual Writing Competition, the 2L application for our Tech Law Scholars Program, as well as our new Judicial Innovation Fellowship. We also highlighted Alvaro Bedoya, the founder of the Center for Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law, who was confirmed by the Senate on May 11th as the newest Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted the upcoming Iron Tech Lawyer Invitational and AI and The Future of Facial Recognition: Regulation, Moratoriums and Cross-border Dialogues, co-hosted by the AI Future Lab and DC Global Shapers Community. We also had updates from Professors Tanina Rostain and Julie Cohen as well as a spotlight of L Tech Law Scholar and incoming Editor-in-Chief for the Georgetown Law Technology Review Evan Cernea.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted the upcoming Tech & Society week, which includes our upcoming AI Governance Series event "Towards Human-Centric AI: The Japanese Model". We also had updates from Professor Hillary Brill and Non-Resident Fellow Richard Whitt as well as spotlights of Tech LL.M. student Rachel Stockton and Non-Resident Fellow Jessica Rich.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted our upcoming AI Governance Series event "The Geopolitics of European AI" as well as past events such as the "Georgetown Law Tech Review 2022 Symposium". We also had updates from Non-Resident Fellows Richard Whitt and Travis Moore as well as a student spotlight of Tech Law Scholar 3L Panya Gupta.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted our upcoming AI Governance Series event "The Geopolitics of Chinese AI" and the "Georgetown Law Tech Review 2022 Symposium". We also had updates from Non-Resident Fellow Richard Whitt, Professor Erin Carroll, and Professor Anupam Chander. Finally, we had a student spotlight from Tech Law Scholar 3L Ian Carrico.
In this edition of the newsletter, we highlighted multiple recent events that we hosted including "Celebrating 25 Years of the Internet Archive: The Future of Digital Information" and "Towards Inclusive Digital Trade: Data, Development & Trust". We also have updates from Professors Alvaro Bedoya, Anupam Chander, Amanda Levendowski, and Madhavi Sunder as well as Non-Resident Fellow Gigi Sohn. We also had spotlights from alumni and Tech Institute Justice Fellow James Carey and Non-Resident Fellow Richard Whitt.
In the first edition of the new and revived Tech Institute Monthly Newsletter, we highlighted the upcoming ""Celebrating 25 Years of the Internet Archive: The Future of Digital Information" event as well as multiple recent events such as our first two "Tech Ideas Lunch" events. We had updates from Professor Anupam Chander and Non-Resident Fellow Kyoko Yoshinaga and spotlights from Kyoko Yoshinaga and student RA and Tech Law Scholar 3l Delaney Halvey.