Raizel Liebler is the Head of Faculty Scholarship Initiatives at John Marshall Law School, where she leads initiatives regarding to scholarly publishing and manages the institutional scholarship repository. Raizel’s writing and scholarship focuses on the interaction between new, disruptive technologies and the law, including focusing on intellectual property, copyright, and rights of publicity. She is the founding editor of The Learned Fangirl, a website about pop culture, technology and critical theory. Her work has been cited by the California Supreme Court, and her research about link rot in Supreme Court cases was discussed in the New York Times – and is prominently cited on the Ninth Circuit’s website. Her recent publications have appeared in the SAGE Handbook on Intellectual Property, the Yale Journal of Law and Technology, and the Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal. At the Be rkman Center, Raizel will be working to create a knowledge commons about the sources in Supreme Court cases – to make the sources that cases cite more contextually available to the public.