Ariel Dobkin is a third-year student at Yale Law School, where she is a co-founder of the Yale Law & Technology Society and a Student Fellow at the Information Society Project.
As the Executive Development Editor of the Yale Law Journal, she worked to develop one of the first data retention policies implemented by a law review. She is interested in digital privacy, consumer protection, FinTech, and the interaction between technology and the First Amendment. She worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for several years, and while in law school, interned at the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, Fundera, and the National Economic Council at the White House. After graduation, she will be clerking in the Southern District of New York.