Kat Geddes is a doctoral student at NYU School of Law, where her research is focused on the temporal and relational harms associated with the use of predictive algorithms in legal and administrative decision-making, informed by a theory of temporal governmentality. She is currently a Fellow at the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy, and the Information Law Institute at NYU. She is also a Teaching Fellow in Harvard Law School's CopyrightX initiative. Prior to commencing her doctoral studies, Kat was a judicial clerk at the Supreme Court of New South Wales, a lawyer at King & Wood Mallesons, and a Research Fellow at Harvard Law School, working with governments in sub-Saharan Africa to promote access to affordable medicines through patent law reform. She holds an LL.B. from the University of New South Wales, an LL.M. from Cambridge University, and an M.P.P. from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.