Legal scholars from across the U.S. will discuss Georgetown Law professor Julie Cohen’s latest book “Between Truth and Power: The Legal Construction of Informational Capitalism.” Cohen’s book offers a comprehensive and in-depth exploration of the ways that law and information technology are remaking each other and suggests a number of new research agendas. Presents a cross-cutting inquiry that spans many different substantive fields of legal scholarship to identify large-scale patterns of institutional change. Explores the developments and questions from both private and public law and finds deep-level factors common to both areas of scholarly emphasis. Provides interdisciplinary methodology that integrates perspectives from law, political economy, communications studies, and STS.
The full participant list is below:
Julie Cohen, Georgetown Law
Jessica Silbey, Northeastern
Deirdre Mulligan, Berkeley School of Information
Danielle Citron, Boston University School of Law
Margot Kaminski, Colorado Law
Anupam Chander, Georgetown Law
Dan Burk, University of California, Irvine
Bill McGeveran, University of Minnesota Law School
Andrew Keane Woods, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law
Ari Waldman, New York Law School
Neil Richards, Washington University School of Law
Orly Lobel, University of San Diego School of Law
Jennifer Daskal, American University Washington College of Law
Mark McKenna, Notre Dame Law School
This event is invite-only.
Originally published at law.nd.edu.