In the fall of 2017, the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University will launch an AGTech Forum to foster collaborative engagement among state attorneys general, technology companies, academics, and other stakeholders about innovation, corporate citizenship, and regulation. Facilitating dialogue and promoting public-private exchange on cutting-edge technologies, the AGTech Forum will tackle issues relating to privacy, cybersecurity, and AI and algorithms.

The AGTech Forum will be led by Berkman Klein Center Faculty Co-Director and Harvard Law School Clinical Professor Christopher Bavitz, with James Tierney and Travis LeBlanc supporting the initiative in advisory roles. Mr. Tierney is Director of the State Attorney General Clinic at Harvard Law School and former Attorney General of Maine. Mr. LeBlanc, a partner at Boies Schiller Flexner LLP, previously served in the California Attorney General’s Office and as Chief of Enforcement at the Federal Communications Commission.


From the Tierney Blog