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Rebecca Crootof

University of Richmond School of Law

Rebecca Crootof is an Assistant Professor of Law. Dr. Crootof’s primary areas of research include¬†technology law, international law, and torts; her written work explores questions stemming from the iterative relationship between law and technology, often in light of social changes sparked by increasingly autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, cyberspace, robotics, and the Internet of Things. She is interested in the various ways both domestic and international legal regimes respond to and shape technological development, particularly in the armed conflict context.

Areas of Expertise: technology law, international law, law of war, human rights law, and torts