Jane Yakowitz
Visiting Assistant Professor , Brooklyn Law School

Jane Yakowitz is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Brooklyn Law School. She received a B.S. in mathematics and a J.D. from Yale. Her research interests include privacy law, the legal profession, and empirical legal studies. She previously served as the Director of Project SEAPHE (Scale and Effects of Admissions Preferences in Higher Education) at UCLA School of Law, where she conducted peer-reviewed research on admissions, academic performance, and labor outcomes for law school applicants. Professor Yakowitz has negotiated complex public records disclosures and has prepared large de-identified databases for public release. These experiences inform her research on data privacy law.

Sessions

Panel
Location: Westside Ballroom
Robert Kirkpatrick (United Nations), Jane Yakowitz (Brooklyn Law School), Bill Hoffman (World Economic Forum)
Personal data is a an exploding asset class that is currently not being leveraged to inform public policy decisions or mitigate risk. This panel, sponsored by United Nations Global Pulse, will examine the value of private sector data and consider some of the challenges inherent its use. Read more.

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  • Amazon Web Services
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  • Media-Science
  • Microsoft SQL Server

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