Deirdre Mulligan

Associate Professor, UC Berkeley School of Information

Deirdre K. Mulligan is a professor of law at the UC Berkeley School of Information and a Faculty Director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. She was the founding director of the Samuelson Clinic, which she led from 2001-2008. Before coming to Boalt, she was staff counsel at the Center for Democracy & Technology in Washington.

Professor Mulligan’s current research agenda focuses on information privacy and security. Current projects include qualitative interviews to understand the institutionalization and management of privacy within corporate America, and role of law in corporate information security policy and practice. Other areas of current research include digital rights management technology and privacy and security issues in sensor networks and visual surveillance systems, and alternative legal strategies to advance network security.  

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  • 11.17.17  |  After the Digital Tornado: Networks, Algorithms, and Humanity

  • 07.10.17  |  AI Now | 2017 Symposium

  • 02.23.17  |  Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: The Human Rights Dimension for Business

  • 01.12.17  |  PrivacyCon 2

  • 10.13.16  |  The White House Frontiers Conference

  • 06.02.16  |  9th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference

  • 05.24.16  |  Artificial Intelligence: Law and Policy

  • 04.02.16  |  Unlocking the Black Box: The Promise and Limits of Algorithmic Accountability in the Professions

  • 02.05.16  |  Innovation and the Value of Privacy

  • 01.14.16  |  PrivacyCon

  • 10.13.15  |  The 25th Annual Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference

  • 10.01.15  |  States of Surveillance: New Directions and Empirical Projects

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