Jameson Dempsey is a technology attorney, public-policy advocate, and community builder who currently serves as a fellow at CodeX – the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. In his spare time, Jameson serves as a global director of LegalHackers, a global movement that fosters creative problem-solving at the intersection of law and technology through education, prototyping, and policy discussions. His workhas earned him recommendations in Legal500 (Data Protection and Privacy), a 2016 “Fastcase 50” award, and a fellowship with the Internet Law & Policy Foundry. Jameson has spoken globally about technology policy and legal innovation, including through presentations at SXSW, Mobile World Congress (4YFN), CTIA Super Mobility Week, the Legal Design Summit, and the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference.
Congress should create a Judicial Innovation Fellowship that brings experienced technologists into courts to improve access to justice.