PULSE - Program on Understanding Law, Science & Evidence

Imagining the Legal Landscape: Technology and the Law in 2030

Imagining the Legal Landscape in 2030 was a day of vibrant, wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion about the future of law and technology. Each participant prepared a short essay imagining a future scientific or technological change that will have meaningful legal implications, then discussed these future issues together throughout the day. Topics ranged from big data to robotic police, from offspring selection to virtual reality, from perfect surveillance to the future of Google Glass.

Participants included:

  • Jane Bambauer (University of Arizona)
  • Kristen Eichensehr (UCLA)
  • Brett Frischmann (Cardozo)
  • Paul Ohm (Georgetown)
  • Robin Feldman (UC Hastings)
  • Dov Fox (San Diego)
  • Erin Murphy (NYU)
  • William Boyd (Colorado)
  • Chris Kelty (UCLA)
  • Ted Parson (UCLA
  • Elizabeth Joh (UC Davis)
  • Jennifer Mnookin (UCLA)
  • Richard Re (UCLA)
  • Jaclyn Seelagy (UCLA).