This workshop series involves the relation between law and technology, such as intellectual property, privacy, defamation, competition law, law and literature, globalization and social justice.

Previous workshop guests include Margaret Radin, Wendy Gordon, Jessica Litman, Mark McKenna, Maurizio Borghi, Mark Rose, Yoav Mazeh, Christopher Millard, Barton Beebe, Christopher Sprigman, Ann Bartow, Brett Frischmann, Avi Goldfarb, Margaret Chon, Michael Birnhack, Ignacio DeLeon, Frank Pasquale, David Wall, David Winickoff.

The workshops are scheduled on Tuesdays, from 12:30 - 2:00 PM. For the 2021-22 academic year, the workshops will be held remotely, through a zoom link.

See past workshops

2021 - 2022 SCHEDULE

October 5

Angela Creager, History, Princeton
Topic: Chemical Passports

November 16

Alain Pottage, Law, Kent/Sciences Po
Topic: After innovation. Climate change and intellectual property

November 30

Jennifer Tucker, History, Wesleyan
Topic: A “gun is a gun”? The neglect of innovation in U.S. firearms law

January 18Mario Biagioli, Law, UCLA
Topic: The Dark Side of Openness: Inventing Environmental Ethics at Trump’s EPA
February 1

Meg Leta Jones, Communication, Culture & Technology, Georgetown
Topic: The Character of Consent: The History of Cookies and Future of Technology Policy 

February 15Mariana Valverde, Criminology, University of Toronto
Topic: Governing Infrastructure in the Age of the "Art of the Deal" 
March 1Haris Durrani, History, Princeton
Topic: Inventing Syncom: Public, Private, Global
March 15Myles Jackson, History, Institute for Advanced Studies