2022 Journal of Law & Innovation Symposium
January 28th, 2022
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. At its fifth annual symposium, the Journal of Law & Innovation (JLI) seeks to explore several of these issues within the topic of Innovation and Criminal Justice.
- Gerald Adams, Editor-in-Chief
- David Abrams, JLI Faculty Advisor
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9:00–9:15am ET: Opening Remarks:
Gerald Adams, Editor-in-Chief
Professor Christopher Yoo, CTIC Founding Director
Professor David Abrams, JLI Faculty Advisor
9:15–10:00am ET: Understanding Criminal Justice Innovation
Professor Meghan Ryan
Discussant: Professor Aurelie Ouss
10:00–10:45am ET: Emerging Technology’s Language Wars: Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Justice
Professor Carla Reyes
Discussant: Professor Hannah Bloch-Wehba
10:45am-1:00pm ET: Break
1:00–1:45pm ET: Gunshot Detection Systems and Reasonable Suspicion: Innovating Policing or Propagating Bias?
Professor Maneka Sinha
Discussant: Professor Rebecca Wexler
1:45–2:30pm ET: Algorithmic Grey Holes
Professor Alicia Solow-Niederman
Discussant: Professor Orin Kerr