Guarini Institute for Global Legal Studies: Global Law & Tech

Territorial boundaries and distinctions between domestic and international, private and public, technical and political are becoming increasingly more blurred by digital interconnectivity, proliferation and collection of data, increasing prominence of transnational technology companies in public domains, technological innovations such as artificial intelligence and blockchain pioneered by private actors but increasingly used by public bodies for a wide range of purposes, and creation of digitally and physically inter-connected spaces that facilitate flows of funds, goods, services, and information.

Based in NYU School of Law’s new Guarini Institute for Global Legal Studies, Guarini Global Law & Tech brings together in-depth inter-disciplinary study, practice, and exploration of legal and regulatory issues that are transforming legal practice in a new global landscape. It collaborates with and complements NYU Law's existing programs by the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and Policy and the Information Law Institute as well as the work of NYU's Center for Cybersecurity and the AI Now Institute.


Conference at NYU Law
April 26-27, 2019

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