Legal Engineering: Automating Privacy Policies Across States and Nations
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As a legal engineer at a legal technology company, Donata Stroink-Skillrud uses her knowledge and skills as a lawyer to scale privacy policies -- an essential element of any company's website. She also happens to be a co-founder and the president of the company, Termageddon. There's no attorney-client relationship with Donata's clients today, but they still depend on her ability to understand, organize, and explain the law. This broad conversation ranges from legal ethics and legal engineering to keeping up with privacy law changes across the world. It can be lonely in this sort of role, but find community is both possible and helpful. Donata is a 2015 graduate of the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law. This episode is hosted by Kyle McEntee. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Vermont Law Idaho Law Learn more about Idaho Law Learn more about Rutgers Law Learn more about William & Mary Law School Idaho Law Learn more about Idaho Law Learn more about Rutgers Law Access LawHub today!
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