Podcast: Allyson Haynes Stuart

Charleston School of Law professor Allyson Haynes Stuart is our guest on Episode 10 of the Charleston School of Law podcast.

Her latest research, A Right to Privacy for Modern Discovery, is published in the latest issue of the George Mason Law Review

We discuss modern privacy laws, the challenges of accessing digital evidence in legal cases and the evolution of privacy and the law as it relates to technology.

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Podcast: Allyson Haynes Stuart

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