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I received my JD from UC Hastings (’09), but up to now have chosen to pursue a PhD focused on the impact of technology on privacy law rather than go into practice as a lawyer.
In 2016, I joined TRE Legal Practice to work alongside a law-school classmate, Timothy Elder, to assist with legal analysis, legal research and writing, and process support. The firm is focused primarily on cases of disability discrimination, especially those involving technology and accessibility.
In addition to legal research and writing, I am deeply involved in data analysis as part of various settlement monitoring agreements. Such data—often given grudgingly and often needing extensive normalizing—can nonetheless prove a valuable window into the actual activities of parties we are monitoring.
When my dissertation on the historical impact of technology on privacy law is (finally) complete, I am considering joining the practice as a lawyer to complement my overall philosophy of unifying theory and practice.