Curt Levey

President

Committee for Justice

Curt Levey

President

Committee for Justice

Curt Levey is President of the Committee For Justice, an organization devoted to advancing constitutionally limited government and individual liberty. He is a veteran of Supreme Court and other judicial confirmation battles and serves on the executive committee of the Federalist Society’s Civil Rights Practice Group.

After graduating Harvard Law School with honors and clerking for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Mr. Levey served as Director of Legal & Public Affairs at the Center for Individual Rights (CIR). There he worked on landmark Supreme Court cases, including the University of Michigan affirmative action cases and the successful constitutional challenge to the Violence Against Women Act. After CIR, Mr. Levey headed the Title IX policy group at the U.S. Department of Education.

Before attending law school, Mr. Levey earned an M.S. and B.A. in computer science from Brown University and worked in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). He invented a new type of AI technology, for which he wrote a successful patent application.

Contributions

Deep Dive Episode 185 – SEC v. Ripple Labs: Cryptocurrency and “Regulation by Enforcement”

June 29, 2021

An expert panel discusses SEC v. Ripple Labs, the broader cryptocurrency regulatory landscape, and potential legislative and regulatory reforms.

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Deep Dive Episode 179 – Artificial Intelligence and Bias

May 17, 2021

Experts discuss concerns about artificial intelligence systems’ potential biases against racial minorities and other identity groups.

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Artificial Intelligence and Bias

May 17, 2021

Experts discuss concerns about artificial intelligence systems’ potential biases against racial minorities and other identity groups.

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Deep Dive Episode 114 – Is Artificial Intelligence Biased? And What Should We Do About It?

May 29, 2020

It’s not hard to find patterns in AI decisions that have a disparate impact on protected groups. Is this bias?  And if so, whose? Stewart Baker, Curt Levey, and Nicholas Weaver discuss.

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