Guarini Global Law & Tech studies global legal and digital ordering through rule making, diffusion, emulation, contestation, and evasion. This includes transnational private governance by multi-national Internet platform corporations, legal and technological governance of emerging technologies such as distributed ledgers, inter-state rule-making for a global digital economy in megaregulatory treaty regimes, among others. Students are involved though seminars, workshops, and conferences and as research assistants.

Cars on overlapping highways as night as a metaphor for digital infrastructure

Improving maintenance of open source software through innovative legal technologies and institutional design.