I had the honor of teaching the inaugural (and hopefully annual) Privacy Law class at Roger Williams University Law School in Bristol, Rhode Island. An interesting statistic is that only approximately 25% of law schools in the U.S. offer a course on Privacy Law. Roger Williams University is on the cutting edge (and yes, I am biased as I am a Trustee of both the University and the Law School) in also offering a joint MS in Cybersecurity/JD.
Part of the Privacy Law class requirement was for the students to prepare a mid-term paper on an area of Privacy Law that they found to be of particular interest. I so enjoyed reading the papers that I wanted to share them with our wider audience. So—let me introduce you to members of my class, and in subsequent posts is a compilation of their papers. I hope you find them as thought provoking as I did, and have confidence in the future of the legal profession in the hands of these bright young adults!