About TechSoc


The Yale Law & Technology Society (TechSoc) is a nonpartisan organization that helps foster Yale’s growing community, debate, and scholarship at the intersection of law and technology. We define “technology” broadly, covering topics including: data and privacy, network neutrality, hacktivism and social movements, mobile currency, wireless spectrum, start-ups, cybersecurity, information sharing, energy, health IT, access to knowledge, artificial intelligence, and more.

TechSoc provides tech-minded students with access to a growing network of law students, alumni, and practitioners. At the law school, TechSoc hosts speaker events, student roundtables, and “ThinkTanks” at which students present their research and proposals. The group also advocates for more tech-focused curriculum options, collaborates with other student groups both at the law school and other graduate programs, and works closely with law and technology reading groups. 

TechSoc Board for 2018-19


Co-Presidents: Isabel Farhi & David Stanton
VP Communications: Alex Minore
VP Membership: Allison Rabkin Golden
Co-VPs Programming: Sasha Dudding & Mitchell Johnston
Co-VPs Scholarship: Sarah Levine & David Lehr
VP Development: George Wang
Head of Special Projects: Adam Pan

Contact Information


You can reach TechSoc by emailing isabel.farhi@yale.edu or david.stanton@yale.edu Feel free to contact us with questions about our academic and speaker events, partnerships, and professional development opportunities.

We’re always delighted to hear from YLS alumni and other professionals who are interested in speaking at the Law School, mentoring students, or collaborating on academic projects or advocacy initiatives.