Keith Porcaro is the Rueben Everett Senior Lecturing Fellow and Director of the Digital Governance Design Studio. An initiative of the Duke Center on Law and Technology, DGDS helps technology-second organizations make better decisions about the data and technology they depend on. DGDS uses interactive simulations to train students and practitioners on data, technology, multi-stakeholder governance, and decision-making.
Keith's research focuses on the future of advice, and the organizations who fill unmet demand for critical services. Prior to joining Duke, Keith maintained a data governance consultancy, was a fellow at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Keith's work has appeared in WIRED, Minnesota Law Review, and the Journal of Pediatrics, among others. He is a board member of Zebras Unite, and is on the Court Consulting Services Advisory Council for the National Center for State Courts. He has a JD from Duke Law School and a BSFS from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service. He is licensed to practice law in California.