TechInLaw LegalTech Seminar - TLSA Presents - AI, Quantum, and Beyond: On the Precipice of the Future

TLSA Presents - AI, Quantum, and Beyond: On the Precipice of the Future

January 25, 2023 @ 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Online via Zoom
1 Hour MCLE Credit 242635ADO

We stand at the precipice of a societal evolution so significant everything is about to change. But how will it change and what  new technologies are facilitating this change? What the legal, ethical, and social questions do we need to start asking and answering? Is there a way to future proof your legal career? 


  • Adam Scott Wandt, Associate Professor of Public Policy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Faculty Bios

Adam Scott Wandt - Adam Scott Wandt is a tenured Associate Professor of Public Policy and Vice Chair for Technology of the Department of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He is a member of the graduate faculty in the Master of Public Administration and the Master of Digital Forensics and Cyber Security programs. 

Professor Wandt is a practicing Attorney and Counselor-at-Law (New York) and is Co-Chair of the New York City Bar Association's committee on Technology, Cyber, and Privacy Law. He has worked on sponsored research for, or in partnership with, The Federal Bureau of Investigation, the United States Department of Justice, the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics, Interpol, the United Nations, Sprint, Blackboard, as well as law enforcement and educational institutions from around the world. 

His primary research and consulting interests include technology law and policy, information security, investigative/surveillance technology, OSINT, cryptocurrency, darknet markets, social engineering, and UCR crime data. He has over two decades of experience developing custom investigative, forensic, educational, and data management solutions for federal, state and local government agencies. In 2020 along with two co-principal investigators, he was awarded a three-year, $600,000 grant from the National Institute of Justice to study fentanyl sales on the dark web and provide software solutions to the Department of Justice to combat the opioid epidemic. 

In 2022 and 2023, as a co-principal investigator, he was awarded two grants from the United States Department of Justice, providing approximately $3,400,000 in funding to educate and train US law enforcement personnel in cyber related issues and provide tools to enable advanced cyber forensic investigations. 

Appointed as an Instructor by the Association of Inspectors’ General in 2012, Professor Wandt is responsible for the curriculum and certification in digital evidence and social media investigations for the Certified Inspector General (CIG) institute. He is also responsible for the curriculum and certification in digital evidence, digital forensics, social media investigations, mobile device investigations, data interception, and cloud forensics in the Certified Inspector General Investigator (CIGI) institute.

He is a member of the Association of Inspectors' General, the New York City Bar, the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, the American Society for Criminology, the American Society for Public Administration, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

A portal to most of his work is available at

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