Distinguished Computer Science Alumni Lecture

Open In A Regulated Age: Open Source, AI, and the Law in 2024

February 7, -
Speaker(s): Luis Villa


Join the students in CS 342 for a talk by CS alumni. A reception with refreshments will follow the talk.


This is a free, in-person session, but registration is required:

Speaker Bio

Luis Villa
Luis Villa is an attorney and programmer who worked as Deputy General Counsel and then as Senior Director of Community Engagement at the Wikimedia Foundation. Previously he was an attorney at Mozilla where he worked on the revision of the Mozilla Public License (MPL). He continued that work in his next job at Greenberg Traurig where he was part of the team defending Google against Oracle's claims concerning Android. In 2017 he co-founded Tidelift, which seeks to improve the ecosystem around open source software by providing support for professional teams using open source and helping maintainers build sustainable businesses around their projects.



Amy Peters