Zach Lerner is currently a Law Clerk for a United States District Judge in the District Court for the District of Maryland. He was previously a fellow at ZwillGen PLLC in Washington, D.C. focusing his work on e-sports, privacy litigation, and law enforcement compliance. He is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School where he served as a legal research assistant with the Youth and Media Project at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and spent a semester as a student practitioner with the Cyberlaw Clinic. He also spent a summer as a Google Policy Fellow at the Center for Democracy & Technology. Zach is published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology for his work on the role of public-private partnerships in mitigating botnets and has an upcoming publication in the Yale Journal of Law and Technology on remote access search warrants. Before law school, Zach graduated from Duke University and taught social studies for two years as a Teach For America corps member. Zach enjoys hiking, baking bread, binge-watching Netflix, playing sports, and attending concerts.