Holly Ritson is an LLM student at NYU, specializing in competition, innovation and information law. Holly holds a Bachelor of Development Studies and a Bachelor of Laws with first class honours from the University of Adelaide, South Australia. After completing her undergraduate law degree, Holly worked for Justice Lindsay Foster of the Federal Court of Australia. Holly has also worked as a regulatory lawyer for the Australian Government, including acting for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and as a research and executive assistant at the Australian Human Rights Commission. Most recently, Holly worked for Baker McKenzie as a competition/antitrust associate, where she advised global companies on competition compliance and acted for the Australian Competition Consumer Commission in competition enforcement proceedings.
While at NYU, Holly will explore issues relating to the regulation of multinational technology companies, with a particular focus on the impact of such companies on social outcomes and human rights, including through roles as a staff editor of the Review of Law and Social Change and a Research Assistant with Guarini Global Law and Tech faculty.