Wendy helps ZwillGen attorneys with cybersecurity and privacy matters, such as drafting privacy policy and terms of use agreements, litigation, and advising on data security issues. She also assists companies in responding to law enforcement requests for user data.

Prior to law school, Wendy Everette worked as a software engineer at and Google. She received her J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law, where she graduated cum laude with a concentration in National Security Law, and her B.A. from Wellesley College, in Media Arts and Sciences.

Before joining ZwillGen, Wendy interned at the FCC in the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau’s Cybersecurity and Communications Reliability Division and the Enforcement Bureau’s Investigations and Hearings Division, as well as at NTIA’s Office of Policy Analysis and Development. She was also an intern at the FTC in Commissioner Ohlhausen’s office.

While at George Mason, Wendy served as the Production Editor of Volume 23 of the George Mason Law Review and published her note, The FBI Has Not Been Here [Watch Closely for the Removal of This Sign]: Warrant Canaries and First Amendment Protection for Compelled Speech, in the law review.