Michigan Technology Law Review is proud to partner with our peers to publish this essay by Professor Jessica Eaglin on the intertwining social construction of race, law and technology. This piece highlights how the approach to use technology as precise tools for criminal administration or objective solutions to societal issues often fails to consider how laws and technologies are created in our racialized society. If we do not consider how race and technology are co-productive, we will fail to reach substantive justice and instead reinforce existing racial hierarchies legitimated by laws.
Jessica M. Eaglin,
When Critical Race Theory Enters the Law & Technology Frame,
Mich. J. Race & L.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjrl/vol26/iss0/9