Kendra Albert is a Clinical Instructional Fellow at the Cyberlaw Clinic and was formerly an associate at Zeitgeist Law PC, a boutique technology law firm in San Francisco. They received their JD from Harvard Law School in 2016. Kendra is also a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society and a writer and speaker on a diverse set of internet issues. Their work has been published in the Green Bag, the Harvard Law Review Forum, and WIRED. Kendra’s undergraduate degree is from Carnegie Mellon University, where they studied lighting design and history. Before starting law school, Kendra worked as a research associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, where they helped found Perma.cc. They also served as the first head teaching fellow for CopyrightX, Professor William Fisher’s open online copyright course. During law school, they spent time at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Cloudflare, and Public Citizen. With EFF, they co-filed and received a DMCA 1201 exemption request for video game archiving and play.
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Interesting discussion re: fairness, equity, and human rights in tech, at @Harvard_Law / @BKCHarvard, featuring @jessicafjeld, @vivekdotca, @InterwebzNani, and @Can_Yeginsu cyber.harvard.edu/events/2018… pic.twitter.com/ys0c8FytuD
Congrats to @qijie + the @Patentpandas team on yesterday’s launch of patentpandas.org! The Clinic is pleased to have offered support - thx to F18 student Carol Lin, who worked with @jessicafjeld to help bring this awesome project to fruition. (Pic credit: @andy_sellars) pic.twitter.com/Fcyjmb6FOr