On the Road

Recent Presentations by Program on Data and Governance Affiliates.

Amna Akbar
May 23-24, 2016, CUNY Law – Professor Akbar talked about the state of scholarship and advocacy on counterterrorism and human rights issues.

May 20-22, 2016, North East People of Color Conference – Professor Akbar spoke on a panel on “Policing Black Lives and the Black Lives Matter Movement.”

April 30, 2016, Baltimore – Professor Akbar presented at a session on scholarship at the Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers, in conjunction with the 39th AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education.

April 9, 2016, Yale Law Critical Race Theory Conference – Professor Akbar spoke on a panel entitled, “Critical Race Theory and Social Movements.”

March 28-29, 2016, Harvard Law School – Professor Akbar presented at a symposium on “Islamaphobia and the Law,” sponsored by the Harvard Law School Muslim Law Students Association.

March 26, 2016, Harvard Law School -Professor Akbar presented on “Building Relationships for Movement and Community Based Lawyering” at a conference titled “because, freedom,” sponsored by the Harvard Black Law Students Association.

Micah Berman
June 4, 2016, ASLME Health Law Professors Conference – “Tobacco Regulatory Science: Integrating Science and Law.”

May 24, 2016, Tobacco 21 Enforcement – “Using Science and Law to Advance Tobacco Retail Policy.”

May 10, 2016, Ohio Public Health Combined Conference – “Marijuana and Public Health.”

March 11, 2016, Ohio Society for Public Health Education – “Licensing and the Enforcement of Tobacco 21 Laws.”

March 4, 2016, Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 2016 Annual Meeting – “Seeking a Pro-Equity Impact: The Intersection of Tobacco Control Policy and Health Disparities Research.”

Bryan Choi
May 24-25, 2016, Computer Science and Law Conference, University of Pennsylvania Law School – “Security and Privacy in Cyber-Physical Systems.”

April 1, 2016, Bulk Data Collection and Personal Privacy Symposium, University of Maryland Law School – “A Privilege Against Cell-Phone Incrimination.”

Dennis Hirsch
April 8-9, 2016, “Law and Ethics of Big Data,” Indiana University—Bloomington – “Big Data is a Crystal Ball: On Data, the Power of Prediction, and the FTC’s Unfairness Authority.”

Feb. 25, 2016, roundtable on “The Data Driven Economy,” Facebook New York City office – Professor Hirsch was one of 10 participants invited to a roundtable discussion on Facebook’s report on “The Data Dirven Economy: Toward Sustainable Growth.”

Feb. 8-9, 2016, Privacy Roundtable, The Privacy Law Salon in Miami, Florida – Professor Hirsch attended the invite-only Privacy Roundtable, which brought together leading privacy law practitioners for two days of seminar-style meetings on current developments in the field.  He was one of the six academics invited as a “Google Fellow” and moderated a seminar on “New Directions in Privacy Law.”

Margot Kaminski
June 3, 2016, 9th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Washington, D.C. – “Privacy and the Right to Record.”

May 2-3, 2016, Yale Law School – Professor Kaminski returned to her alma mater to participate in the annual, invitation-only Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference hosted by the Yale Law School Information Society Project.

April 29, 2016, DePaul University – Professor Kaminski spoke at the Annual Clifford Symposium in Tort Law and Social Policy .

April 22, 2016, Fordham University – Professor Kaminski presented a faculty workshop at Fordham’s Center on Law and Information Policy.

April 2, 2016, University of Miami School of Law – Professor Kaminski served as a discussant of a new work by Toni Massaro (Arizona Law) and Helen Norton (Colorado Law) at the “We Robot” conference.

March 5, 2016, New York Law School – Professor Kaminski presented an early stage idea at the New York Law School’s Internet Law Scholars’ Works-in-Progress.

March 4, 2016, Fordham University – Professor Kaminski spoke as a commentator at a Fordham Center for Law and Information Policy workshop as a discussant on a paper by Woody Hartzog (Samford Law).

Feb. 2016, University of Arizona Rogers College of Law – “Is Free Speech for Assholes?”

Feb. 2016, Technology Law Colloquium, Georgetown University Law School – “Framing Copyrighted Works”

Feb. 2016, Faculty Workshop, Cornell Law School – “Privacy and the Right to Record”

Jan. 2016, University of Denver Sturm College of Law – Professor Kaminiski spoke at the Denver Law Review symposium on “Future World IP: Legal Responses to The Tech Revolution.”

Jan. 2016, Faculty Workshop, Chicago-Kent – “Privacy and the Right to Record”

Jan. 2016, IP Colloquium, Chicago-Kent – “Framing Copyrighted Works.”

Jan. 2016 – Professor Kaminski presented at the NSF-DHS Policy for Automation Workshop.

Sept. 2015, Purdue University – “Drone Videos: Surveillance or Speech? At Dawn or Doom?”

Aug. 2015 – Professor Kaminski presented at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference.

July 2015, New America – “Drones and Aerial Observation.”

July 2015, Cleveland – Professor Kaminski spoke at the IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals).

June 2015, Panel on Data Security & Privacy: Drones, Robotics, & Automated Data Collection, Northwestern Law School – “Bridges not Barriers: the Law-Stem Alliance.”

Efthimi Parasidis
June 3, 2016, 39th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, Boston University School of Law – “Parental Refusal of Childhood Vaccines and Medical Neglect Laws.”

May 6, 2016, “Big Data, Health Law, & Bioethics,” Harvard Law School – Professor Parasidis presented “The Future of Pharmacovigilance: Big Data and the False Claims Act,” one of only 20 presentations selected for the conference.

Dakota Rudesill
Oct. 20, 2016, Yale Law School – “The Military Rules Clause: Congress’s Power to Govern and Regulate the Armed Forces.”

June 22, 2016, Briefing for the Professional Staffs of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence – “Coming to Terms with Secret Law.”

June 9, 2016, ABA / RAND Workshop on Government Secrecy, Arlington, Virginia – “Coming to Terms with Secret Law.”

March 11, 2016, Legislation Roundtable, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law – “Statutory Interpretation and Secret Law.”

Feb. 6, 2016, University of Texas-Austin School of Law and Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law conference on The Frontiers of Cybersecurity Policy and Law, Austin, Texas – “The Ohio State National Security Simulation.”

Jan. 9, 2016, American Association of Law Schools (AALS) Annual Conference, New York – “Coming to Terms with Secret Law.”

Peter Shane

Oct. 15, 2015, 23rd Annual Rothgerber Conference, University of Colorado – “Presidential Interpretation of the Constitution.”

Oct. 2, 2015, Administrative Law from the Inside Out: A Conference on Themes in the Work of Jerry Mashaw Symposium, Yale Law School – “Boundary Disputes: Jerry Mashaw’s Anti-Formalism, Constitutional Interpretation, and the Unitary Presidency.”