Committed to advancing individual freedom in the digital age, Muciri Law helps clients worldwide tackle new challenges and injustices resulting from the evolving use of data and technology. In this work, Muciri has some special concerns and interests:
Muciri seeks to protect your personal identity.
The concept of personal identity in the digital world introduces many challenges that present new puzzles about what attributes associated with a person belong to them. For example, do you own your face? What about your voice? Can companies harvest these attributes from you–and if so, do they need your permission? Do they need to compensate you? What happens if a third-party steals your attributes from the company that collected them in the first place, only to misuse them? Who does a court hold accountable for damages? These are context-sensitive questions and, from a legal perspective, they don’t always have simple answers.
Muciri works to protect the identity and other personal assets and attributes of individuals, ensure they remain safe from identity theft and identity harvesting.
Muciri seeks to improve access to education and access to justice.
Muciri is a policy-driven law practice dedicated to digital equity and inclusion.
Muciri believes that a culture of inclusion can never flourish in the absence of reliable and equitable access to (1) an education that allows for the development of critical thinking skills and (2) good quality legal services. Muciri believes that these two “essential services” are at the core of an individual’s ability to successfully access all other essential goods and services.
Muciri is a passionate champion for universal education in the Digital Age.
Muciri is committed to helping children get the education they deserve and offers special rates to students facing technology-related issues, whether it be problems accessing online school platforms, schools instituting online censorship or punishment, student privacy violations, or any other technology-related or technology-driven matter relating to children in the K-12 education system.
Muciri Believes that technology should enhance access to justice.
Technology holds the promise for greater access to justice. For example, online court sessions allow many people to attend court from home, allowing them to avoid the stress and costs of appearing in-person. At the same time, for those who do not have Internet access or who are unable to access a computer or a mobile phone, this same practice can have devastating effects.
The legal profession is expanding into the digital world and becoming permanently transformed by new technology tools. In the context of this transformation, it is important for litigants to be able to bring attention to the challenges that they are facing in gaining access to justice so that technologists have the opportunity to adapt technology tools as necessary to achieve more comprehensive, inclusive, and complete access to justice for all.
Muciri firmly believes that creating a truly inclusive and equitable world sector requires neurodiversity across all levels of decision-making in the technology sector.
For this reason, Muciri offers services specially tailored to the needs of diverse innovators as a part of its commitment to empowering women, first-generation professionals, Black professionals, South Asian SCSTs/OBCs, and other minority innovators who are inadequately represented in leadership positions in the tech sector.
If you are a diverse entrepreneur, Muciri wants to be your first lawyer but we do not seek to be your last or only lawyers. Muciri is especially interested in supporting innovators who are unfamiliar with or feel intimidated by the legal system and its associated jargon. Muciri gives you the kind of service and counsel that will help you understand how the law empowers you so that you gain greater control over your creative and entrepreneurial decisions.
Muciri seeks to help you develop a good understanding of the relationship between law and innovation to empower you to innovate fearlessly.