Jordi Weinstock has served as a Lecturer at Harvard Law School in Internet & Society: the Technologies and Politics of Control, Medical Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Law, & Policy, Autonomous Vehicles and the Law, and Programming For Lawyers. He has also appeared as a guest lecturer for Anatomy of a Copyright Case, Torts, Contemporary Issues in Foreign Intelligence Gathering, Digital Platforms, Cyberlaw and Intellectual Property: Advanced Problem Solving Workshop, and MIT's the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence. He is the co-author of a forthcoming casebook on tort law from MIT Press along with Jonathan Zittrain.
Outside of legal academia, Jordi has offered guidance and advice to a wide array of projects at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, and the Law School at large. Representative projects include the Assembly at the Berkman Klein Center, the H2O digital casebook platform, and the Webby award-winning Perma.cc citation archiving project.
He has also appeared as a guest lecturer at the Harvard Medical School on patient perspectives on neurological illness and is an advocate for the Multiple Sclerosis community.