Amanda Levendowski is a Teaching Fellow with Technology Law and Policy clinic at NYU Law. Her research focuses on practical approaches to digital problems.
Amanda has written for The Atlantic and VICE News, and her commentary on technology has been featured by the Washington Post, NPR, and 60 Minutes. She is also an active contributor to Wikipedia.
She joined NYU Law after working as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis and Cooley, where her practice focused on trademark, copyright, free speech, and privacy matters. In private practice, Amanda handled litigation in state and federal court, as well as before the International Trade Commission and the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board. She also managed a number of domestic and international trademark portfolios. Previously, Amanda was a student clinician with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy & Technology Project.
Amanda received her J.D. from NYU Law, where she received the Walter J. Derenberg Prize for copyright law, served as a Student Fellow with the Engelberg Center for Innovation Law & Policy, and contributed to the Privacy Research Group.