Law at the Crossroads of Change
From iPhones to medical devices to AI and even outdated tech like fax machines, the law shapes technology, and technology shapes the law. For lawyers, and for techies, this is an incredible space in which to build a career.
“Law and technology” is a nebulous concept, largely because it breaks down into at least two interacting but distinctly different areas: the law of technology and the technology of law.
Michigan Law offers a rich field of exploration in both branches, led by faculty engaged in cutting-edge scholarship, groundbreaking courtroom advocacy, and legal practice innovation.
- Henry King Ransom Professor of Law
- Co-director, Empirical Legal Studies Center
- Co-director, Program in Law and Economics
- Professor of Economics