Katherine Wang is interested in privacy, surveillance and emerging technologies. She is a J.D. Candidate at UC Berkeley School of Law, where she leads Privacy Law at Berkeley and serves on the executive board of Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Coalition of Minorities in Technology Law, and Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.
She is also a Teaching Assistant at Haas School of Business for MBA and undergraduate courses titled “AI and the Future of Business,” “Disruption Futures,” and “Leading Strategy Implementation.”
Katherine’s first exposure to technology, law and policy was as a research assistant at MIT Sloan School of Management, where she helped develop the course “The Law and Ethics of Al and Big Data, and Other Digital Tech Hot Spots.” Since then, Katherine has worked as a Summer Associate at Morrison Foerster and Technology and Civil Liberties Intern at the ACLU of Northern California.
She is a CIPP/US and volunteers as a Law Student Ambassador for the ABA Section of Antitrust Law’s Privacy and Information Security Committee.