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E. JUDSON JENNINGS

Professor of Law

Professor Jennings’ primary area of interest has been the impact of computer technology, the Internet, and the emergence of online social communities upon the development of law and dispute resolution procedure, and upon the practice of law itself. He has also focused on the privacy implications of life in the cybersphere, including the FBI’s internet surveillance practices and the regulatory challenges which new media pose to existing categories as technologies converge.

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Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology

Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology

The Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology provides a forum for lawyers, judges, scientists, and government officials to discuss the legal, political and social problems that will continue to arise as scientific and technological changes challenge our existing laws and legal institutions. As educators, the Gibbons Institute aims to educate and train students for the complex legal issues they will face in the 21st century.

The Gibbons Institute brings together a number of Seton Hall Law faculty members who explore the effect of advances in science and technology on law and society. As scholars, our goal is to provide well-informed legal analyses that solve novel societal tensions in both the private and public sectors resulting from technological innovation. The Gibbons Institute also collaborates with the Seton Hall Law Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy to create innovative programs addressing the intersection of technology and health.

In addition, the Gibbons Institute provides resources and support to the growing technology and scientific communities, locally and nationally, through its faculty scholarship, publications, symposia and events.

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