Welcome to the MIT Computational Law Report Podcast!
As our lives become increasingly more digitized, it's more important than ever to start thinking about reimagining and reengineering the law and how it interacts with technology. Each episode we are joined by thought leaders around the world in order to demystify and break down complex topics at the intersection of law and technology and help you better tackle these subjects.
Episode 3: David Hasman
On this episode of the law.MIT.edu Podcast, hosted by David Horrigan and Dazza Greenwood, we have focused the show on a single and very important interview on the topic of how technology can support establishing evidence of war crimes for international tribunals. Our guest, David Hasman, is Information Systems Officer for the United Nations Investigative Team to Promote Accountability for ISIL Crimes (aka UNITAD).
On this law.MIT.edu Podcast episode, hosted by Dazza Greenwood, David Horrigan, and Tiemae Roquerre, we’ll be joined by Jim Sandman, Distinguished Lecturer and Senior Consultant to the Future of the Profession Initiative at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
Episode 1: The Honorable Tanya R Kennedy
The law.MIT.edu Podcast inaugural episode, hosted by Dazza Greenwood, David Horrigan, and Tiemae Roquerre, explores the rapidly changing worlds of law and technology. On this episode show, we’ll be joined by Bryan Wilson, Editor in Chief of the MIT Computational Law Report, and by the Honorable Tanya R Kennedy, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department, New York State Supreme Court.
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