Steven Deolus

Fellow

Office: Washington, DC

Bio

Steven Deolus assists clients with analyzing the risk associated with various complex issues at the intersection of technology and the law. Steven’s practice includes advising on privacy, cybersecurity, blockchain, and internet law. Specifically, Steven assists clients with developing privacy policies and guidelines, tracking and analyzing current and pending privacy legislation, assessing record retention programs, interpreting Terms of Use and other service agreements, and providing practical advice on navigating and mitigating the risk associated with disruptive technologies. Prior to joining the ZwillGen team, Steven was part of a securities litigation firm based in San Francisco.

Steven is an alumnus of Brooklyn Law School (“BLS”) where he graduated with a specialty certificate in Intellectual Property, Media, and Information Law. During law school, Steven showcased and fortified his knowledge, experience, and expertise in privacy and internet law by co-founding the BLS Chapter of Legal Hackers, becoming a member of the inaugural cohort for the Google Legal Summer Institute, and working at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic, Fenwick and West, and GitHub (a Microsoft subsidiary.)

In his life before law school, Steven spent 13 + years working in the tech sector as a consultant, coder, digital designer, and educator for institutions like the State University of New York and the New York Public Library System.

Credentials

EDUCATION

Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2020

SUNY University at Buffalo, B.A., 2012

Not admitted in D.C. Practicing under D.C. bar member supervision pursuant to D.C. Court of Appeals Rule 49(c)(8).