Charles Williams | February 17, 2020
Concluding that the pressing societal questions posed by emerging technologies would be best studied from an interdisciplinary perspective, third-year law student Rolando Rengifo conceived of an innovative academic journal that would bridge legal scholarship with that of science, policy, and ethics.
Over the course of a year, Rengifo fleshed out his idea for a rigorously edited student-run publication that would provide a forum for discussing novel technologies that are creating — or are expected to create — significant political, social, or economic effects. The idea was well received. Notre Dame Law Professors Bruce Huber and Stephen Yelderman agreed to serve as faculty advisors, and more than 30 law students volunteered to fill out the editorial ranks.
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