Rebecca Wexler

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Rebecca Wexler helps criminal defendants access data that is material to their defense. She is a Yale Public Interest Fellow at The Legal Aid Society, and a Resident at The Data & Society Institute. Her work advocates for more lenient criminal discovery and subpoena laws; disclosure of training data and source code for criminal justice technologies; and building partnerships with technology companies to facilitate a reasoned approach to defendants’ requests for user information. Rebecca is a documentary filmmaker, co-founder of the Yale Visual Law Project, and a graduate of Yale Law School, Cambridge University, and Harvard College.

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We Robot 2017 CFP, Information Society Project at Yale Law School

We Robot 2017

March 31 2017 to April 1 2017
Call for Papers
Hello HASTAC: Please see the Call For Papers for We Robot 2017, copied below, which will be hosted by the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, March 31-April 1! Submissions will be open on October 3. Please spread widely! Best, Rebecca CALL FOR PAPERS We invite submissions for the sixth...
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