As we bid adieu

lindsey-whitlow.jpgLindsey Whitlow served as the 2019-2020 Buswell Fellow and Assistant Director for Research at CLCT, where she continued the Center’s grant-funded research on the legal implications of AI and cybersecurity. As Lindsey’s time with us has come to a close, we extend our sincere thanks and best wishes for her bright future.

While at CLCT, amongst other activities, she dedicated much of her time to exploring the legal consequences of smart city technology. This work motivated a series of episodes on CLCT’s podcast, Exhibit AI, on smart cities, which she researched alongside a group of CLCT research fellows, produced, and co-hosted. She also co-authored a legal commentary on initial coin offerings, and her paper on AI and patent law will be published in the second issue of Legal Issues in the Digital Age in October 2020. Ms. Whitlow holds a B.A. (summa cum laude) in Mass Communications from Louisiana State University, an M.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Central Florida, and a J.D. from William & Mary Law School. While at William & Mary, she was an Associate Editor for Volume 9, and Articles Editor for Volume 10, of the Business Law Review. She was also the president of the Graduate Counsel, the leading organization for all graduate programs at William & Mary. As president, Ms. Whitlow was chosen to be a part of the Inauguration Committee for the college’s 28th President, Katherine Rowe, as the sole graduate student representative. As a licensed attorney in Virginia, she hopes to continue the work she began at CLCT in the fields of AI and cybersecurity law in her future endeavors.