Introducing Guest Blogger Gaia Bernstein
I’m very pleased to introduce Professor Gaia Bernstein who will be joining us as a guest for the next month. Gaia is a Professor of Law at the Seton Hall University School of law. She specializes in law and technology theory, intellectual property, law and genetics, information privacy, Internet law, reproductive technologies and family law. Her scholarship focuses on the inter-relations between technology, law and society, examining the diffusion and social adoption processes of new technologies, including both medical and communications technologies. She has joined the Seton Hall faculty in 2004 and in 2009 was named the Margaret Gilhooley Research Fellow.
Prior to joining the Seton Hall faculty, Gaia was a fellow at the Engelberg Center of Innovation Law & Policy and at the Information Law Institute at the New York University School of Law. Her work is published or forthcoming in the Vanderbilt Law Review, Washington Law Review, Connecticut Law Review, Boston University Law Review, Cardozo Law Review and U.C. Davis Law Review. Her article In the Shadow of Innovation was selected last summer for the Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Forum.
Some of her recent publications include:
*Over-Parenting (co-authored with Zvi Triger) forthcoming U.C. Davis Law Review (2011)
* Regulating the Technologies of Reproduction: Timing, Uncertainty and Donor Anonymity, Boston University Law Review (forthcoming 2010)
* In the Shadow of Innovation, forthcoming Cardozo Law Review (2010)
* The Paradoxes of Technoological Diffusion: Genetci Discrimination and Internet Privacy, 39 Connecticut Law Review 241 (2006)