Last week, Prof. Stephen Henderson presented at William & Mary Law School for the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal annual symposium. The symposium's theme focused on "Big Data, National Security and the Fourth Amendment" and the event was held at the National Center for the State Courts near William & Mary Law School. Speakers from more than 10 law schools across the country addressed issues of data privacy, public safety, cyber policing, and more.
“Like the symposium a couple weeks back at Georgetown, this was a terrific group of scholars working on some terrifically hard problems—how to reconcile national security, policing, privacy, and liberty in the modern age," said Stephen E. Henderson, Judge Haskell A. Holloman Professor of Law. "It was a great pleasure to brainstorm and debate different conceptions, and there is no more appropriate and beautiful location for such a gathering than America’s oldest law school.”
The William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal will publish articles by the participants in an issue to be released in December 2017. For more information, visit the journal's website.
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