Salomé Viljoen is an Assistant Professor of Law at University of Michigan Law School. Salomé studies how the law governing digital information structures and enacts inequality and how alternative legal regimes may address that inequality. Her current work is on the legal theory of data governance and how to better align legal protections of personal data with the economic processes that drive their erosion. She also studies the use of economic optimization methods in digital settings.
Areas of expertise: Technology and LPE, information law, political economy of data, law and inequality, informational capitalism, normative legal theory