Taylor Treece served as the 2018-2019 Buswell Fellow and Assistant Director for Research at CLCT, where she performed grant-funded research on the legal issues arising from emerging technologies, with special focus on the liability risks of artificial intelligence assisted decision-making and predictions. As her time with CLCT comes to a close, we want to wish Taylor the best in her future endeavors!
At CLCT, Taylor developed continuing legal education programs on emerging technologies, supervised legal research projects for CLCT’s graduate fellows, and was a co-creator and host of CLCT’s Exhibit AI Podcast, launched in April 2019. Ms. Treece holds a B.A. (magna cum laude) in Experimental Psychology and Political Science from the University of South Carolina, Honors College, and a J.D. (magna cum laude) from William & Mary Law School. While at William & Mary, she was a member of the William & Mary Law Review, a founding executive board member of the Data, Privacy, and Cybersecurity Legal Society, an award-winning member of the National Trial Team, and an inductee into the Order of Barristers. She now works as a Data Privacy Consultant in the Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young (EY).