About the conference 

Scholars, legal practitioners, and policymakers have begun to consider pressing issues raised by artificial intelligence technologies. Traditional regulatory frameworks are a poor match for a world of ubiquitous data collection, “smart” environments, and automation at scale.

This conference will bring together technologically-literate lawyers, policymakers, advocates, and academics across disciplines and sectors to discuss possible solutions grounded in law, administrative policy, or organizational practice.


Confirmed presenters include:

  • Ed Felten, Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science & Public Affairs and Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University
  • Terrell McSweeney, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission
  • Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law, University of Maryland


Register online at this page.

$25 per person (includes CLE credits, reception and parking)
Complimentary for current Seton Hall Law students.


If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact ailaw@shu.edu.

For detailed agenda, click here.