Nomi Conway is a 3L at Berkeley Law, where she is a graduate fellow at the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) and an alumna of the Samuelson Law, Tech & Public Policy Clinic.
At CLTC, Nomi helped launch Citizen Clinic, the first-ever public interest cybersecurity clinic dedicated to securing vulnerable organizations around the world. During her time in the Samuelson Clinic, she worked with the City of Oakland’s Privacy Advisory Commission to draft city-wide privacy principles.
Before law school, Nomi was a product manager on the Risk & Security team at Square, where she led Square’s efforts to combat account takeovers and phishing. She was also an inaugural Assembly fellow at the Berkman Klein Center, where she worked with a team to develop and pilot a privacy-centric analytics tool for human rights app developers.
After graduation, Nomi will be joining Wilson Sonsini’s privacy and data security group in San Francisco.
In a future life (when the Internet is secured), Nomi will teach yoga and open a small bakery in a mountain town. In the meantime, she is very excited to be a member of the ILP Foundry community.