Stacy-Ann Elvy is an Associate Professor of Law and the Associate Director of the Center for Business and Financial Law at New York Law School. Her articles and research focus on commercial law, the Internet of Things, data collection and privacy, consumer protection, and human rights law.
Professor Elvy’s scholarship has been published by or is forthcoming in leading legal journals, including Columbia Law Review, Boston College Law Review, Washington & Lee Law Review, Emory International Law Review, University of Michigan Journal of Gender and Law, and Hofstra Law Review, to name a few. View her articles here.
Professor Elvy’s scholarship on the Internet of Things has been identified and peer reviewed in online legal journal Jotwell as one of the best recent works of scholarship relating to contract law. She has written several articles, and participated in various conferences evaluating the legal implications of the Internet of Things, including serving as an invited speaker at the 2017 Centre for European Policy Studies Ideas Lab Conference in Belgium. In 2016, she received the Rising Legal Star Award from the New York Law Journal after being selected from a field of nearly 300 nominees of New York lawyers age 40 or younger.
Professor Elvy joined the legal academy after practicing law at Akerman Senterffit and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. She received her Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School and her Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.