Jeffrey L. Vagle, assistant professor of law, teaches Privacy Law, Cybersecurity Law, and Law and Ethics of Technology. Professor Vagle’s areas of research and expertise include cybersecurity law and policy, privacy law, surveillance and race, and the ethics and regulation of technology.
Before joining the faculty at the Georgia State University College of Law, Professor Vagle taught at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, where he was lecturer in law and the inaugural executive director of the Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition at Penn Law. Before that, he practiced in the privacy and data protection practice group of Pepper Hamilton LLP in their Philadelphia office. Prior to law school, Professor Vagle worked in software research and development, finding solutions to problems in applied cryptography, information security, and artificial intelligence.
Professor Vagle received a J.D. from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law where he was editor-in-chief of the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal. He holds a B.A., cum laude, with distinction in mathematics, from Boston University, where he was a University Scholar.