From the Hill to the Bar: A Path to Cyberlaw with Allyson McReynolds [S4E15]

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From the Hill to the Bar: A Path to Cyberlaw with Allyson McReynolds [S4E15]

Allyson McReynolds, pictured

This week Class 4 Fellow and Fellow Highlights series host Meri Baghdasaryan sits down with Allyson McReynolds, a recent graduate from George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School and currently a Legal Fellow at the Wikimedia Foundation. Prior to law school, Allyson worked in the U.S. House of Representatives as a Legislative Assistant advising on homeland security, technology, and judiciary policy. In law school she held internships at the Federal Communications Commission, US Senate, and Future of Privacy Forum. She is a member of the Fourth Class of Foundry Fellows and serves as the Communications Director. 

Meri and Allyson chat about Allyson’s work on the Capitol Hill, her interests and internships in the field of privacy and cybersecurity, Allyson’s engagement with the Foundry and how to maximize your time at law school. 

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