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Omri Ben-Shahar
The rise of Big Data could give us tools to create different rules for different people. In a new book, Professors Omri Ben-Shahar and Ariel Porat argue that personalized law might make us more equal.

Right now, posted speed limits apply to all drivers, regardless of individual experience and skill. In the United States, the wealthy and the poor pay the same parking fines, even though a $100 pen...

M. Todd Henderson
A Law School course helped create the world’s first centralized collision avoidance platform for space. It also helped shift one student’s career path.

Heading into her third year of Law School, Holly Highfill, ’21, was on track to become a transactional attorney. She was not planning to launch a startup company aimed at preventing satellite colli...


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