Ahmed Eissa


Office: Washington, DC

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Ahmed graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law last spring with a certificate in Cybersecurity & Crisis Management. At Maryland Law, Ahmed was an editor on the Journal of Business & Technology Law where he published a student comment on modern data breach litigation and served as president of the cyber law & data privacy association.

During law school, Ahmed worked full-time as a cybersecurity and threat intelligence professional at several technology companies. At those firms, he tracked and investigated data breaches, phishing, and malware campaigns, and worked to prevent and detect insider threats. Ahmed has operational experience with modern cybersecurity threats, web scraping, data analysis, web development, and open-source intelligence. As a student, he served as a judicial intern at the US Court of Federal Claims, a law clerk at the Maryland Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, a research extern at the Center for Health & Homeland Security, and a research fellow at Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.

Prior to law school, Ahmed worked as a threat analyst for a cybersecurity startup and was a fellow for the Internet Law & Policy Foundry. Ahmed received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.



University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 2022; cum laude

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, B.A., 2016, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa


US Court of Federal Claims

Maryland Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division

Amazon Web Services



District of Columbia


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