Jill Guidera Brown works with ZwillGen attorneys on a variety of privacy and technology related legal matters. Prior to joining ZwillGen, Jill interned at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, where she contributed to the multidisciplinary Privacy Tools for Sharing Research Data project. She also served as a legal intern at Gainesville’s Office of the City Attorney, and at the U.S. Senate Committee for Commerce, Science, and Transportation, where she provided research for the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security.
Jill was lead research assistant at University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Center for Governmental Responsibility. Her co-authored paper Privacy in the Culture of Intrusion was presented at the 2017 Privacy Discussion Forum at Uppsala University, Sweden, and will be included in a volume published by Carolina Academic Press.
Prior to law school, Jill organized policy and infrastructure campaigns for New York City’s leading transportation advocacy organization, and also worked as an educator with non-profit service providers to New York City public schools.
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