I am a legal academic who thinks about “technologies” understood very broadly. Half of my work deals with communications and cyberspace, on matters such as privacy, pervasive computing, and computer-mediated communities. The other half deals with civil rights and race, which I have come to view as a socio-cognitive and cultural technology.
The menu on the top and the links on the left can help you browse the site.
- Bio: for biography, current vita, contact info, maps
- Commentary: for editorials, archives of public lectures, public engagements
- Research: my scholarship (generally available in full text)
- Teach: for my currently enrolled students
There are also two areas focused on my casebooks, Communications Law & Policy and the co-authored Race, Rights & Reparation: Law and the Japanese American Internment.