About

Jason is a law professor, journalist and social entrepreneur making sense of law and technology. A lawyer by training, he is an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches a practicum on criminal justice technology, policy, and law, and is the law and technology reporter for the ABA Journal. He has spoken on artificial intelligence and legal issues around the world, as well as been an invited expert by the U.S. Government and Accountability Office and the National Academies of the Sciences. He is a member of the the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Law Committee, an inaugural member of the Legal Services Corporation's Emerging Leaders Council and co-founder of the Baltimore Legal Hackers. For five years, he operated Justice Codes, a consultancy he founded that helped build, deploy and study tech in the legal system. He has also worked as a criminal justice policy expert at the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime in Austria and the American Bar Association in Armenia. He was a 2012 Fulbright recipient to research justice reform in the Republic of Kosovo.

Courtesy of Chris Crews & the Warnock Foundation

Courtesy of Chris Crews & the Warnock Foundation