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February 29th Workshop Resources

Algorithmic Accountability Act of 2019 Dillon Reisman, Jason Schultz, Kate Crawford, and Meredith Whittaker. “Algorithmic impact assessments: A practical framework for public agency accountability,” AI Now Institute (2018) Annotation and Benchmarking on Understanding and Transparency of Machine learning Lifecycles (ABOUT ML), Partnership on AI (PAI) Bender, Emily M., and Batya Friedman. “Data statements for natural language processing: Toward mitigating […]

60 Years of Chinese Legal Reform: A Berkeley Perspective Agenda

March 16 (afternoon) – San Francisco at World Affairs Council March 17 (all day) – UC Berkeley (Bancroft Hotel) Hotel space is available at the Graduate Hotel at UC Berkeley. This event celebrates sixty years of teaching Chinese law at UC Berkeley and looks both at the development of Chinese law and Chinese legal studies […]

The 15-Month Report: Friends

Adults tend to report their age in years. But for the very young, developmental changes are so exciting that we count them in smaller increments. We are therefore delighted to report on the 15-month-old UC Berkeley Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice as it enters toddlerhood. And like any self-respecting toddler, the Center has […]

Fellowship Conference 2018

  Friday, October 26, 11:30 to 4:30 + Reception Berkeley Law’s Goldberg Room RSVP: bit.ly/hrcfellowship2018 Our 2018 Fellows have returned from their summer fieldwork and will discuss pressing human rights topics at our annual Human Rights Fellowship Conference. Enjoy brief TED-style talks and panel discussions related to racial injustice and the death penalty, child labor, […]

Diversity & Inclusion in Television

Wednesday, 11/14/18 6:00pm to 9:00pm Room 145, Boalt Hall Speakers:  Erika Green, Evangeline Ordaz, and Henry Robles RSVP: https://berkeleylaw.wufoo.com/forms/diversity-on-television/ This roundtable discussion with several TV writers will consider the extent to which Hollywood workplace norms are evolving after #OscarsSo White and #MeToo. This event is sponsored by the Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture.

“Open Source Fact-Finding in Preliminary Examinations” in Quality Control in Preliminary Examination: Volume 2

Edited by Morten Bergsmo and Carsten Stahn “Open Source Fact-Finding in Preliminary Examinations” by Alexa Koenig, Felim McMahon, Nikita Mehandru and Shikha Silliman Bhattacharjee is a chapter in Quality Control and Preliminary Examinations: Volume 2. The authors discuss how the International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor uses open source information during a case’s preliminary examination stage to […]