Prior to joining ZwillGen, Catherine served as a law clerk in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Catherine also interned at Facebook, where she worked with the state policy department to monitor and analyze privacy-related legislation and regulation at the state level. At Facebook, Catherine focused on state data breach notification laws, decedent accounts, and student privacy.
At Harvard Law School, Catherine worked as a student practitioner in the Berkman Center for Internet & Society’s Cyberlaw Clinic. There she worked for the Massachusetts State IT Department on technology procurement, HIPAA compliance monitoring, and updating social media policies for state employees. Additionally, Catherine worked on advocacy projects, including contributing to an amicus brief on behalf of the New England First Amendment Coalition, which aided in striking down a Massachusetts statute criminalizing false campaign speech. Catherine also served as a Senior Editor for the Harvard Business Law Review.
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