David Stieber

David Stieber received his J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law. He is interested in the policy implications of emerging technologies, particularly state level regulation around autonomous cars and criminal justice.

Elena Ponte

Elena Ponte was a fellow at the Tech Policy Lab while she completed her IP LLM at the University of Washington School of Law. She is interested in the intersections of robotics and law.

Bryce C. Newell

Bryce Newell, J.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Media Law & Policy at the University of Oregon. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington Information School and is a former Google Policy Fellow. He conducts socio-legal research at the intersections of law, surveillance, migration, and policing in society, with a particular focus […]

Patrick Moore

Patrick Moore completed his J.D. at the UW School of Law. His interests are in intellectual property and digital rights. Patrick completed an internship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Ada Lerner

Ada Lerner received her Ph.D. in Computer Science & Engineering from the University of Washington. She worked in Tadayoshi Kohno’s Security and Privacy Research Lab, studying censorship, surveillance and privacy in the context of the global Internet and emerging technologies.

Timothy Lau

Timothy graduated from Information School where he focused on Human-Computer Interaction.

Sarah Hubbard

Sarah Hubbard graduated from Information School. She is passionate about bridging the gap between technologists and policy makers. Her research interests include how to promote emerging technologies and innovation while maintaining privacy in an increasingly connected world.

Tamara Denning

Tamara Denning is an Assistant Professor at the School of Computing at the University of Utah. Her interests are in the human aspects of computer security and privacy, ranging from understanding how people use and reason about current technologies to designing security and privacy that better matches the human and logistical needs of people around […]

Siana Danch

Siana Danch received her J.D. and an LL.M. in Taxation at the University of Washington School of Law. She is interested in tax policy research on the consequences of automation and robotization in the transportation sectors.

Noemi Chanda

Noemi Chanda has a JD from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, and an MA in Economic Policy from McMaster University. Her interests lie at the intersections of law, health, economics and technology. She is particularly interested in the privacy implications of the Internet of Things in the health care context.