Jasmine is a second-year student at the George Washington University Law School, where she is the Vice President of the CyberLaw Students Association and member of the Federal Communications Law Journal.
This past summer, Jasmine was a Legal and Policy Intern on the Ranking Digital Rights team at New America’s Open Technology Institute where she worked on privacy and investor relations. Following her 2L year, Jasmine will be joining Morrison and Foerster as a summer associate.
Prior to law school, Jasmine worked in cybersecurity at Sony’s Global Information Security and Privacy offices, where she led an external vulnerability management program across Sony Group companies. Her past internships include working in the Office of the General Counsel at a cybersecurity startup and on the Technology and Innovation team at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy during the Obama Administration. Jasmine is a graduate of UCLA, where she first got her start in technology policy.