Duke Law School
Visiting Professor / Co-Chair of Responsible AI Strategy for the Environment, Global Partnership on AI (GPAI)
Lee Tiedrich is a Visiting Professor of the Practice at Duke Law School and a Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Ethical Technology with the Duke Initiative for Science & Society. Lee is a widely recognized leader in artificial intelligence, data, and emerging technology matters. She has been selected to serve in the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) Multistakeholder Expert Group, which was conceived of by the G7 and now includes 25 countries, and she is a co-chair the GPAI MEG IP subcommittee. A Duke alumna with a degree in electrical engineering and over 30 years of legal experience, Lee has had a long career bridging technology, law, and policy. As a partner at the global law firm Covington & Burling LLP, she served as co-chair of the firm’s global and multi-disciplinary AI Initiative and counseled organizations on a broad range of data and technology matters, including policy, governance, intellectual property, regulatory, and digital transformation.