GW Center for Law and Technology

The GW Center for Law and Technology (GWCLT) provides education, events, scholarship, and dialogue about intellectual property, privacy, data security, and technology law. Internally, the Center is divided into two important areas of academic areas within GW Law School:

The Programs


Center Highlights

GW Law adds a new Journal of Law and Technology

GW JOLT will present articles, essays, and student notes on law and technology issues including, intellectual property, privacy, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, digital health, online social media, behavioral advertising, and other existing and emerging areas of technology related law.


Events

 

All Events & Speakers


Resources & Projects


Student Opportunities

Publications

  • Journal of Law and Technology (JOLT)
  • The American IP Law Association Quarterly Journal (AIPLA QJ)
  • The Federal Circuit Bar Journal (FCBJ)
  • The Federal Communications Law Journal (FCLJ)
  • The IP and Entertainment Law Brief (IPEL)

News

Daniel J. Solove Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law George Washington University Law School President & CEO, TeachPrivacy

"With the vast amount of data collected and the powerful data analytics at disposal, we are on the path to a privacy dystopia."

“20 Talks” is a series of insightful discussions with experts and influential personalities across diverse domains.

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Pushing the Frontiers of IP & Tech Law

GW Law is poised to tackle the ongoing challenge of AI in the legal field with the soon-to-be-launched Center for Law and Technology.

Faculty in the News

"It’s time to close the loophole that lets tech run wild"

The Hill quoted testimony from Mary Anne Franks said that there’s no exception to letting wild tech rule without liability for their actions.

"A Group of Women Took Switzerland to Court Over Climate Inaction—and Won"

Inside Climate News quoted Donald Braman noting corporations and businesses' responsibility to the health of the general public.

"Students used AI to create nude photos of their classmates. For some, arrests came next"

USA Today quoted Mary Anne Franks on the severity of revenge porn and its legal outcomes.

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