Florida State University
College of Law
Advocacy Center, Room A202F
J.D., Harvard University, 2014
B.A., Yale University, 2009
Lauren Scholz joined the College of Law in 2017. Before coming to FSU, she was a fellow at the Project on the Foundations of Private Law and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, both at Harvard Law School. She also was a fellow at Yale Law School's Information Society Project.
Before entering academia, Scholz was a law clerk for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts and the Center for Democracy and Technology.
Her research interests include contracts, torts, commercial law, information privacy and intellectual property.
Algorithms and Contract Law, in Cambridge Handbook on Law and Algorithms (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press 2019)
Algorithmic Contracts and Consumer Privacy, in Smart Contracts and Block Chain Technology: Role of Contract Law (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press 2019)
Toward a Consumer Contract Law for an Algorithmic Age, in Law and Autonomous Systems (forthcoming with Beck/Hart 2019)
Privacy Remedies, 93 Indiana L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2018)
Algorithmic Contracts, 20 Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 128 (2017)
Privacy as Quasi-Property, 101 Iowa L. Rev. 1113 (2016)
Privacy Petitions and Institutional Legitimacy, 37 Cardozo L. Rev 891 (2016)
Information Privacy and Data Security, 2015 Cardozo L. Rev de Novo 107 (2015)
Institutionally Appropriate Approaches to Privacy: Striking a Balance between Judicial and Administrative Enforcement of Privacy Law, 51 Harv. J. on Legis. 193 (2014)