Eunice Park Publishes in Yale Journal of Law and Technology

Professor Eunice Park’s article, “Objects, Places and Cyber-Spaces Post-Carpenter:  Extending The Third-Party Doctrine Beyond CSLI:  A Consideration of IoT and DNA,” was published by the Yale Journal of Law and Technology.  The Article proposes an extended test for the third-party doctrine in the wake of Carpenter v. United States that balances decisional analysis with technological reality, offering a principled framework to encompass the privacy implications of technologies beyond CSLI, and examining the popular consumer technology of smart devices and private genomic testing services as examples.

 

Jennifer Koh’s Essay on Crimmigration Published in Stanford Law Review’s Immigration Symposium

Professor Jennifer’s Koh’s essay was published by the Stanford Law Review in its online immigration symposium.  “Crimmigation Beyond the Headlines:  The Board of Immigration Appeals’ Quiet Expansion of the Meaning of Moral Turpitude” critically examines the ways that the Board of Immigration Appeals has quietly but significantly expanded the definition of “crimes involving moral turpitude,” thereby enhancing the federal government’s power to detain, deport, and disqualify thousands of noncitizens from immigration relief.