My dissertation examines how internet technology companies shape the work of law enforcement officials responsible for gathering evidence. My future projects build on this research by developing proposals to strengthen the capacity of legal institutions to find, evaluate, and oversee evidence in a changing information environment.
I am also part of an ongoing research collaboration focused on federal courts’ disposition of disability discrimination litigation, where my work will examine how judges evaluate evidence produced by organizations.
Internet Technology Companies as Evidence Intermediaries, 110 Va. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2024)
Creative Confluence: Lauren Edelman’s Collaborations, Law & Soc’y Rev. (forthcoming) (with Rachel Best, Catherine Fisk, Linda Krieger, Diana Reddy, and Todd Neece)
Conversations in Law and Society: Oral Histories of the Emergence and Transformation of the Movement, 16 Annu. Rev. L. Soc. Sci. 97 (2020) (with Calvin Morrill, Lauren Edelman, and Rosann Greenspan)
FTC Privacy and Data Security Enforcement and Guidance Under Section 5, 25:2 Competition 89 (2016) (with Alexander Reicher)