On May 20, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and Intelligence Squared hosted the third Newt and Jo Minow Debate, “The Electoral College Has Outlived Its Usefulness.”
The Implications of Biometrics in Privacy Law
With Professor Matthew Kugler
How much should people care about privacy? And what’s at stake when it comes to tracking biometrics? In this podcast episode host Jim Speta talks to Matthew Kugler about his research into consumer sentiment around biometric tracking. They discuss the landscape of privacy law and its current trends. They also talk about the various ways biometric information is (and can be) acquired and used, and the implications of this in the future of privacy law.
Daniel B. Rodriguez, Harold Washington Professor of Law, launched his online pop-up class “Law in the Time of Corona” the week of March 23. The course, which runs until April 24, highlights ...
For the past few winter quarters, a select group of Northwestern Pritzker Law students, together with their Kellogg School of Management counterparts, have ditched their winter hats and gloves ...