Professor Hillary B. Farber is a law professor at the University of Massachusetts School of Law, Dartmouth, MA. Professor Farber’s focus is on the public and private use of unmanned aerial systems and the constitutional, legislative, and regulatory constraints that currently apply to this emerging technology. She speaks and consults nationally and internationally on the domestic use of unmanned aircraft systems. Her articles include: Eyes in the Sky: Constitutional and Regulatory Approaches to Domestic Drone Deployment, 61 Syr. L. Rev. 1 (2014); Eyes in the Sky and Privacy Concerns on the Ground, 11 The SciTech Lawyer 6-9 (2015); Keep Out: The Efficacy of Trespass, Nuisance and Privacy Torts as Applied to Drones, 33 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 359 (2017), Protecting Homeowners’ Privacy Rights in The Age of Drones: The Role of Community Associations, 44 Fordham Urb. L. J. (2017). She is also a contributing author to the ABA’s publication Unmanned Aircraft in the National Airspace: Critical Issues, Technology, and the Law (D. Dulo, ed. 2015).