Foundry Fellows in the News and Making News: Recent Projects

One of the common characteristics that links our Fellows is relentless drive and creative innovation. With the support of Foundry resources and networks, Fellows have been able to create and share many intriguing projects.

Below is a curated selection of recent Fellow projects from the last few months. They’ve also been publishing articles, sharing their expertise at events, and winning awards. If you are a similarly driven, innovative tech law and policy professional, we encourage you to apply to join us!

Remember: it’s not too late to apply to join the next class of ILP Foundry Fellows. You could be in this list next year. Applications due Sept. 9!

Foundry Fellows — Recent Projects

  • Rena Coen was part of a team of UC Berkeley CTSP Fellows who launched their year-long privacy research project, “A User-Centered Perspective on Algorithmic Decision-Making.”
  • Daniel Kent co-created Yale Law course: SOM/YLS: MGT 651/LAW 21069: Innovation in the Reform and Delivery of Legal Services (www.innovatelaw.org)
  • Amanda Levendowski has been adapting threat modeling methodologies to mitigating the risks of online conflict.
  • Whitney Merrill ran another iteration of the highly successful Crypto and Privacy Village at DEFCON.
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