Harry Surden is a professor of law at the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder Colorado.  He is also the Associate Director of the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX).  Prior to law, Professor Surden was a software engineer.  His research thus focuses on the intersection of technology and law.

He teaches, researches and writes about artificial intelligence and law (including machine learning and deep learning and large language models),  legal automation, self-driving vehicles,  and information privacy  law.  He also teaches and writes about intellectual property law with a focus on patent law.

A more extensive biography is available here, and his research is available here.

His blog is here.