Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski featured during Michigan’s Leading Women of Autonomous Mobility panel program on March 7 in Ann Arbor
CREW Detroit will discuss impact autonomous mobility has in changing the education model for transportation and more
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney and shareholder Jennifer Dukarski will serve on a panel during CREW Detroit’s Michigan’s Leading Women of Autonomous Mobility event on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 in Ann Arbor. Notably, CREW Detroit’s mission is to influence the success of the commercial real estate industry by advancing the achievements of women.
Other featured panelists include: Keysha Camps, assistant program engineering manager, General Motors; Komal Doshi, mobility expert, Ann Arbor SPARK; Kristin Schondorf, executive director, Ernst & Young (EY’s) advisory services practice. The moderator is Richard Wallace, director, Transportation Systems Analysis Group, Center for Automotive Research.
Dukarski focuses her practice at the intersection of technology and communications with an emphasis on emerging and disruptive issues: digital media, cybersecurity, infotainment, vehicle safety and connected and autonomous cars.
A self-titled “recovering engineer,” Dukarski serves as Counsel to the OESA’s Advanced Technology Council and has spoken at industry events around the country addressing legal issues and ethics surrounding autonomous vehicles and future mobility.