Biometrics: How to Regulate Information Security in an Insecure World

Jul 30, 2015 By: Rachel Utter

While biometrics may appear to be panaceas, they also present their own unique security and privacy risks.

The Path to a Non-Traditional Legal Career

Jun 11, 2015 By: Rachel Utter

When looking at what work you want to do, evaluate your opportunities in light of your values and skills, so you can have confidence in your decision

Hey Google Car, can I get a Lyft? Regulating transportation technology in a changing world

Aug 18, 2014 By: Rachel Utter

With the rapid advances in transportation technology, legislators and regulators are trying to keep up.

Driving Into the Future: The Rapidly Changing Legal Environment of Cars

Feb 20, 2014 By: Rachel Utter

The breadth of new technologies that affect or otherwise interact with cars and driving has led to legislative actions across the states.

Legislative Responses to Modern Day Slavery – Fulfilling the Gettysburg Promise

Nov 19, 2013 By: Rachel Utter

While human slavery is still rampant in the world, these efforts by businesses, non-profits, and federal and state governments provide hope that the sacrifices of the brave men at Gettysburg, and the work of abolitionists – historical and modern day – will soon be proven to not be in vain, and that this nation – and the world – “shall have a new birth of freedom – and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”

Attorney Editors Collaborate with State Revisors to Ensure Accurate Annotated Codes

Oct 8, 2013 By: Rachel Utter

Thomson Reuters’ attorney editors lead the publication of annotated codes for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S., and collaborate with state revisors to ensure accuracy