Steve Nam's work focuses on the future of decentralization as it relates to emerging technologies and the rule of law. He is particularly engaged in bridging Asian democracy and rule of law proponents with their U.S. and European counterparts to facilitate consensus, norms, and standards with respect to emerging technologies. Previously he was Distinguished Practitioner at Stanford University, Visiting Professor of Law at UC Davis Law School, and an antitrust attorney with Jones Day. His publications include a Routledge History of Human Rights chapter and articles in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, the Emory International Law Review, the UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy, and Global Asia. He received his B.A. from Yale and his J.D. and M.A. (Political Science) from Columbia.
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