Journal of Law & Innovation Symposium Presentations will include hot topics in the cyber law space, such as the function of smart contracts, regulation of algorithmic agreements, enforceability of privacy policies, and aspects of internet architecture. Please RSVP below.
The Journal of Law & Innovation presents its annual symposium.
Interested in law and technology? Join CTIC Professor Christopher Yoo and this year’s Journal of Law & Innovation Editor-in-Chief, Gerald Adams, to learn about this year-long seminar class, its symposium and volume projects, and the application process for 2022-2023.
The Journal of Law & Innovation is excited to present this year’s symposium: Innovation and Criminal Justice. Technological advancement continues to impact every aspect of the criminal justice system, from crowdsourced surveillance to the use of algorithms in sentencing decisions. These innovations have the power to advance justice and efficiency or exacerbate existing legal and societal flaws. It is more important than ever for us to examine technological innovation and confront its impact on criminal justice.