December 15, 2015
We’re all data now: What Big Data could mean for law & policy
A discussion with Sheila Jasanoff and Christian Sandvig on Australian Public Radio, broadcast also on Canadian and Irish public radio. Available here.
February 9th, 2015
Passport Confiscated: Japan’s ISIS Fears Prevent Journalist From Traveling To Syria, But Is It Constitutional?
“There is a gap between what the Constitution says and what is put into practice,” said Annelise Riles, professor of Far East Legal Studies at Cornell University Law School. “Citizens have the freedom of speech as guaranteed by the Constitution, but in practice Japanese courts are far less willing to interpret against the government.”