Neel Sukhatme is a Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and a Faculty Advisor at the Institute for Technology Law and Policy. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University, a J.D. from Harvard Law School, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois. Neel's research focuses on empirical issues related to innovation, courts, electoral processes, and the criminal justice system. Neel also co-founded and coded Spindrop, a music technology startup with a novel approach for automatically mixing songs.
Alexander is a research economist and litigation consultant. His research focuses on the pecuniary penalties associated with the criminal court system. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Georgetown University.
J.J. Naddeo is a Postdoctoral Fritz Fellow at the Massive Data Institute and the Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown University, and a Researcher at Justice Innovation Lab. His research centers on identifying, and offering novel solutions to, racial disparities in the criminal legal system. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Georgetown University.
Mike Yang graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a certificate in Jazz Piano Performance. He turned down a Ph.D. at Stanford University in Electrical Engineering to work instead for DoD, Airforce, MIT Lincoln Lab, Xerox PARC, Jim Simons, and multi-billion dollar hedge funds. Mike also co-founded Spindrop with Neel.
Justin Lind has worked as a writer and producer of public health initiatives. Free Our Vote leverages his training in data science and Python. Justin also provides related insight drawn from extensive multi-year interviews of current and former inmates, primarily from the greater Chicago-area.
Gaurav is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Georgetown University. He holds a B.S. in Economics and Finance from NYU Stern. His research interests lie in the fields of Law and Economics, Political Economy, and Applied Microeconomics.
Tyler Richardett is a specialist solutions architect at Databricks, where he helps clients in the financial services industry design and implement end-to-end machine learning solutions. He holds an M.S. in Data Analytics Engineering from George Mason University.
Susan Pratt is a second-year law student at Georgetown University Law Center where she is focusing her studies on intellectual property law. She holds a B.S. in physics and B.A. in mathematics from the University of Rochester and a Ph.D. in physics from Yale University. Her doctoral research was on a new method of live-cell imaging and included collecting, organizing, and analyzing large data sets. As a first generation student, she hopes to give back to society using the knowledge and skills she acquired.
Logan Reitz is a Business Law Scholar at Georgetown Law (2022) with a B.B.A. summa cum laude in International Sales & Business Development from the Fox School of Business at Temple University (2019).
Arturo Romero Yáñez is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Georgetown University. He has worked as an economist for the World Bank and several instances of the Mexican Government. He holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Economics from CIDE and UCL, respectively. His research focuses on affirmative action in politics, returns to political contributions, and social networks.
Michael Rieger is a second-year law student at Georgetown University Law Center. He holds a B.A. with highest honors in history from the University of Michigan, and his undergraduate thesis won both the William P. Malm Award for Outstanding Student Writing in Japanese Studies and the Arthur Fondiler Award for Best Undergraduate Thesis. In the past, he has worked at the Cato Institute and in the U.S. House of Representatives.