Chicago Picker Technology Policy

From wikilawschool.net. Wiki Law School does not provide legal advice. For educational purposes only.
Technology Policy
Taught by Randal C. Picker
School University of Chicago Law School
Semester(s) taught
Required texts
Supplementary materials Image of The Complete Guide to Remote Online Notarization: How new laws, technologies, and consumer demand are reshaping the notarial act and the future of trust in the digital age
The Complete Guide to Remote Online Notarization: How new laws, technologies, and consumer demand are reshaping the notarial act and the future of trust in the digital age


Image of The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age
The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age

Related course(s)
This outline is a stub, meaning no content has been added to it yet. You can be the first to contribute! To start, just click the "edit" tab at the top of the page, copy and paste your class notes, another outline, or even the course syllabus (note that you may not submit copyrighted materials without the author's permission), and delete this stub note from the page. Others will pick up where you leave off.

Also please try to fill in some of the blanks, such as the professor(s), school, books, related course(s), etc. in the Class-Specific Outline Infobox (click on the link for instructions). Thanks for participating!