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Retaliatory Surveillance: Can the Constitution Protect Us?
CLE: Retaliatory Surveillance: Can the Constitution Protect Us?
This panel of experts and practitioners will discuss current surveillance strategies and tactics used by law enforcement. It will address how people accused of crimes and community activists can defend themselves from invasive technological surveillance using constitutional frameworks. As racial justice uprisings and other protests reverberate throughout the United States, this session will cover emerging legal arguments and constitutional defenses under the First and Fourth Amendments for activists and their allies who are being surveilled and targeted by police and ICE.
Jennifer Lee Koh
Visiting Lecturer & Director
University of Washington School of Law
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Fourth Amendment Center
Co-Founder and Legal Director
Just Futures Law
Vanessa del Valle
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Bluhm Legal Clinic
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law