The North Carolina Law Review is delighted to be hosting "Badge Cams as Data and Deterrent: Law Enforcement, the Public, and the Press in the Age of the Digital Video," a symposium to examine the relationship between law enforcement and those they police, the generation of digital databases accessed by the government, and the role of media in documenting the relationship between the government and the governed. The symposium will be held at the Carolina Club on Friday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students, faculty, staff and the public are invited to attend, please sign up here.
The symposium will bring together scholars and practitioners who are working at the intersection of many different disciplines. We're pleased to introduce a few of our distinguished speakers:
Professor Mary Fan
Mary Fan is a distinguished professor at the University of Washington School of Law. Her specialities include Criminal Law and Procedure, DNA Evidence, Police and Law Enforcement, and Privacy. Professor Fan received her J.D. from Yale Law School, a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge, and her B.A. from the University of Arizona.
Professor Margot E. Kaminski
Margot E. Kaminski is an Associate Professor of Law at Colorado Law. She teaches, researches, and writes on law and technology. Her work has focused on privacy, speech, and online civil liberties, in addition to international intellectual property law and legal issues raised by AI and robotics, with a focus on domestic drones (UAS). Kaminski is a graduate of Harvard University and Yale Law School. Kaminski’s academic work has been published in the UCLA Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, Boston Law Review, Washington Law Review, and Southern California Law Review, among others. She has been interviewed by NPR and other media outlets, and published in the New York Times.
Adam A. Marshall is the Knight Litigation Attorney at the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, a position supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.Marshall previously served as the Jack Nelson-Dow Jones Foundation Legal Fellow at the Reporters Committee from 2014 to 2016. He graduated from The George Washington University Law School with high honors and is a member of the Order of the Coif.