Ex Machina: Law, Technology, and Society

The Ex Machina series addresses the interplay between technology and law and the relationship between lawyers, IT professionals, and policy makers. The books focus on the legal and public policy implications for technological change, exploring how conflicts created by technological processes are debated in the law as well as the larger political culture, and providing suggestions for further legal reform.


Jack M. Balkin, Yale University
Beth Simone Noveck, New York Law School


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Please contact Clara Platter, Editor at NYU Press, if you are interested in submitting a proposal.