Technology Law & Policy Clinic

Technology Law and Policy Clinic Alumni

Kristin Mulvey

“I always knew that I wanted to work on issues of civil rights and civil liberties. One of the things that got me interested in the tech aspect of law is the way tech is being used to deprive people of their civil liberties, particularly in the Fourth Amendment context or the First Amendment context.”

Kristin Mulvey '19
Legal Fellow, ACLU of Massachusetts

What our alumni are doing now:

  • Adam Alperowicz '17 - Associate, General Corporate, Cooley
  • Matt Callahan '15 - Staff Attorney, Muslim Advocates
  • Philip Cernera '15 - Associate, Corporate, Cravath, Swaine & Moore
  • Zachary Freeman '19 - Associate, Corporate & Securities, Michelman & Robinson
  • Megan Graham '15 - Clinical Supervising Attorney, Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic at Berkeley Law
  • Patrick Holvey '15 - Trial Attorney, US Department of Justice, Civil Division, Commercial Litigation Branch, Intellectual Property Section
  • Alex Koster '19 - Associate, Insurance and Financial Services, Sidley Austin
  • Nicole Kramer '16 - Commercial Counsel, DataDog
  • Shelina Kurwa '16 - Associate, Tech Transactions and Privacy group at Perkins, Coie
  • Amanda Levendowski '14 - Director, Intellectual Property & Information Policy Clinic, Georgetown Law
  • Ava McAlpin '13 - Senior Counsel, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • Rafael Reyneri '15 - Associate, Covington
  • Charlotte Spaulding Slaiman '14 - Competition Policy Director, Public Knowledge
  • Peter Steffensen '17 - Staff Attorney, Texas Civil Rights Project
  • Aimee Thomson '15 - Deputy Attorney General, Impact Litigation Section, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
  • Emma Trotter '16 - Commercial and Product Counsel, Mapbox
  • Peter Van Valkenburgh '14, Director of Research, Coin Center
  • Florina Yezril '16, IP Associate, Gibson Dunn
  • Samuel Zeitlin '14, Durie Tangri