Author: Ellen P. Goodman

Lastowa Short-Form Writing Competition – SUBMISSIONS DUE 3/1/17

The Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law is pleased to announce the Lastowka Short-Form Writing Competition. Open to Rutgers students and recent graduates (class of 2015), the award will be given to an entry of 500-1,500 words on a

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® Professor McNichol is inaugurating a skills course for Spring 2017 on one of the most common trademark practice situations:  lawyers have to offer a reasoned opinion on whether a business’s proposed trademark can be used.  In order to support the

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Second Annual Greg Lastowka Memorial Lecture

Rebecca Borden ’86, Senior VP and Associate General Counsel of CBS Managing Copyrights in the Digital Age November 14 @ 4 pm in E403; Rutgers Law @ Camden

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Revealing Algorithmic Rankers

By Julia Stoyanovich (Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Drexel University) and Ellen P. Goodman (Professor, Rutgers Law School).  This post is derived from their recent Freedom to Tinker post. ProPublica’s story on “machine bias” in an algorithm used for sentencing

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