Jeffrey M. Skopek

Associate Fellow


Jeffrey Skopek is Lecturer in Medical Law, Ethics and Policy at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law, as well as Deputy Director of the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences.

His current research explores the normative and conceptual foundations of laws that govern access to personal information and the inferences drawn from it. Having just completed a project on privacy, he is now working on questions of liability for uses of AI in healthcare.

He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, a Ph.D. in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge, and an A.B. in History from Stanford.

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Jeffrey M. Skopek


Untangling Privacy: Losses Versus Violations

Untangling Privacy: Losses Versus Violations. Iowa Law Review,  Jul 2020, Vol. 105, Issue 5, p2169-2231. 63p. Abstract: Increasingly powerful data mining and analysis technologies are being used to learn information and make decisions about people across all areas of life–ranging from employment and policing, to housing and health insurance–and it is widely thought that the key problems with […]