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Adam Holland

Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society
Project Manager
Harvard University

Adam is a Project Manager at the Berkman Center, where he works primarily on the Lumen project, but also assists with a variety of other initiatives. His research interests include notice and takedown regimes, copyright law; online intermediary liability, legal regulation of AI, human performance, big data and the "narcissome"; and anywhere technology and law might provide a path to creating what Kim Stanley Robinson has called "sustainable utopias."

Adam has a bachelor’s degree in Folklore & Mythology from Harvard College, and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law, where he authored or co-authored papers on collaborative law, bioethics and copyright reform.

In between those two stints at school he spent ten years training for the U.S. National Rowing Team, on which he won two World Championship medals and competed at the 1996 Olympic Games. He’d be glad to talk to you about training.

Outside of the Berkman, Adam coaches rowing and wrestling, studies Brazilian jiu jitsu, and reads as much science fiction as he can get his hands on. His role model is Batman, depending on who is writing him.