Kevin T. Frazier
Assistant Professor of Law
St. Thomas University College of Law
Faculty Suite (209)
16401 NW 37th Ave
Miami Gardens, FL 33054
B.S. Economics, University of Oregon
M.P.P., Harvard Kennedy School
J.D., UC Berkeley School of Law
State Constitutional Law
Platform and Internet Law
Kevin T. Frazier
Kevin Frazier joined St. Thomas University Benjamin L. Crump College of Law as an Assistant Professor of Law in 2023. Prior to joining STU Law, Professor Frazier served as a Judicial Clerk to Chief Justice Mike McGrath of the Montana Supreme Court and conducted research on regulating AI as a Research Fellow with the Legal Priorities Project.
Professor Frazier’s research explores the intersection of emerging technology, democratic design, and the law. This research focus has led him to investigate how new governance systems, such as Meta’s Oversight Board, as well as older and neglected systems, such as state constitutions, have adjusted to an age of rapid technological advancement and institutional distrust. Several journals, including the Rutgers University Law Review and the Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental, & Innovation Law, have published Professor Frazier’s legal scholarship; his research has also led to opinion pieces in Lawfare, TechCrunch, the Harvard Kennedy School Review, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Professor Frazier has also been selected to share his research at several conferences, including the “Ask App Not to Track? Addressing National Security and Data Privacy Vulnerabilities in Wearable Technology” conference held by the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology.
Professor Frazier was elected to the Order of the Coif upon graduating from the UC Berkeley School of Law with a J.D. in 2022. He is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School, where he earned a M.P.A., and the University of Oregon, where he graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in economics.
You will find Professor Frazier’s latest research ideas in a weekly column for The Fulcrum, which regularly appears in papers around the country.
Residence Hopping: Protecting the Principle of One Person, One Vote, One Place, 22 Appalachian Journal of Law (Summer 2023).
Privacy Lost: How the Montana Supreme Court Undercuts the Right of Privacy, Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental, & Innovation Law (Spring 2023).
Learning From Mistakes: A Guide to Expanding the Oversight Board, 31 Catholic University Journal of Law & Technology (Spring 2023).
Resolving the Public Land Paradox: Exposing Landlocked School Trust Lands as a Breach of Trust, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (Spring 2023).
Why YIMBYism Isn’t Enough; The Need for Locals in my Backyard, Arkansas Journal for Social Change and Public Service (Fall 2022).
Crowdsourced State Constitutional Revisions, Rutgers University Law Review (Fall 2022).
Policy Proposals for the United States to Protect the Undersea Cable System, Case Western Reserve’s Journal of Law, Technology and the Internet (Spring 2022).
Why Meta Users Need a Public Advocate: A Modest Means to Address the Shortcomings of the Oversight Board, Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (Spring 2022).
A Sample Amendment to the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Access Act: How California Can Advance User Interests, Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (Spring 2022).
The Case for a Duty to Report: A Utilitarian and Retributivist Analysis, Criminal Law Journal (Spring 2020).