Our Work

The Digital Due Process Clinic provides high-quality, pro bono services to support people who are struggling with automated scoring systems. Based at Cornell University, the program brings together multidisciplinary teams of students who work on real-world problems under the supervision of experienced faculty.

Pedestrians walk in a street with virtual scores hovering over their heads

Research Projects

Student researchers are working on a range of research projects throughout the year. While some of these are honors theses or independent studies, the main focus is on the collaborative spring projects.

Members of the clinic sit around a table and discuss their research.

Public Events

We try to foster public conversations about the social implications of automated scoring systems. Our events range from invited speakers to movie screenings and discussion panels.

Photo of a flight of book shelves at a library

(Virtual) Book Club

Every few weeks, members of the clinic get together (virtually) to read and discuss books relevant to our research interests. The book club is student-run and open to anyone who wants to join.

Funding and Support

The Digital Due Process Clinic is generously supported by a National Science Foundation CAREER award and the Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University.

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