Margot Kaminski

Kaminski Presents at FTC Hearing on Consumer Privacy

April 4, 2019

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski participated in a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hearing focused on the FTC’s approach to consumer privacy April 9-10, 2019. Kaminski spoke on a panel about current approaches to privacy and compare how various jurisdictions have enacted laws that address privacy risks, including federal law, European law (through the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR), and state laws—both enacted and proposed.

Harry Surden

Surden on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: Can We Teach Computers to be Good People?

March 26, 2019

When people think about artificial intelligence, or AI, they can be quick to jump to the all-too-common sci-fi depiction of a heartlessly rational computer willing to kill people to fulfill its programming. Real AI is lightyears away from that. Today, AI is still pretty far from basic things humans can accomplish, like being able to grasp abstract concepts, according to Harry Surden, a University of Colorado Law School professor and AI expert.

Margot Kaminski

Kaminski Delivers University of Tulsa's Judge Stephanie K. Seymour Distinguished Lecture in Law

March 12, 2019

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski delivered the 11th Annual Judge Stephanie K. Seymour Distinguished Lecture in Law, "Binary Governance: A Two-Part Approach to Accountable Algorithms," at the University of Tulsa College of Law on Feb. 21.

Harry Surden

Surden Named Interim Executive Director of Silicon Flatirons

Feb. 21, 2019

Dean S. James Anaya has appointed Associate Professor Harry Surden interim executive director of Colorado Law's Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship.

Scott Skinner-Thompson

Skinner-Thompson Presents Paper at St. John's Law

Feb. 14, 2019

Associate Professor Scott Skinner-Thompson presented his paper, "Recording as Heckling," at the St. John's University School of Law faculty workshop series on Feb. 6. The series brings scholars from across the country to St. John's Law to discuss their current research and receive feedback on their works in progress.

Kristen Carpenter

Carpenter Speaks at U.N. General Assembly’s Global Kickoff of 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

Feb. 14, 2019

Speaking on behalf of the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP), of which she serves as the North American member and vice chair, Council Tree Professor of Law Kristen Carpenter delivered a statement about indigenous languages to the U.N. General Assembly in New York on Feb. 1.

Helen Norton

Norton to Present at National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars

Jan. 30, 2019

Helen Norton, professor and Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Chair in Constitutional Law, will present a chapter of her forthcoming book, The Government’s Speech and the Constitution, at the National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars in Tucson, Arizona, March 9-10.

Anaya

Dean Anaya to Present at Spring Meeting of American College of Trial Lawyers

Jan. 23, 2019

On March 1, Dean and University Distinguished Professor S. James Anaya will present on "The Power of Ideas: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples" at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the American College of Trial Lawyers

Garcia

García to Host Annual Content Conference on Intersection of IP and Gender

Jan. 14, 2019

Associate Professor Kristelia García will host a conference at Colorado Law titled "It’s a Barbie World: Intellectual Property, Rights of Publicity, and the Gender Wars," focused on the intersection of intellectual property and gender. The conference, held in partnership with the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, will feature two leading experts on intellectual property law: Orly Lobel, author of You Don’t Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie’s Dark Side, and Jennifer Rothman, author of The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World.

Garcia

García Presents Paper at Texas Law

Dec. 14, 2018

Associate Professor Kristelia García presented her work-in-progress, "A Reconsideration of Copyright’s Term," at the University of Texas Law School’s Intellectual Property, Science & Technology Workshop.

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