Tech Law Career Series
This annual series is a chance for law students to explore various careers available in technology and information law in a casual setting. CLIP brings practitioners to the law school to discuss their practice with a small group of students over lunch or wine and cheese. The format offers a unique opportunity for students to find out about different practices and ask questions in an intimate setting.
March 9, 2020 - Information Law In-House
Noga Rosenthal (’02) - Chief Privacy Officer & General Counsel at Ampersand
Noga is responsible for guiding the company’s privacy and legal initiatives; she holds deep expertise in the development and implementation of comprehensive privacy programs. Noga previously served as Chief Privacy Officer at Epsilon where she led the company’s worldwide privacy, compliance and regulatory activities. Prior to Epsilon, she served as General Counsel and Vice President for Compliance and Policy for the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), running its compliance program and ensuring that member companies delivered on the promise of self-regulation for interest-based advertising. Furthermore, she also led global legal affairs for WPP’s Xaxis, a pioneering programmatic digital media business, as SVP and General Counsel.
Noga is a member of the Women Leading Privacy Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professional (IAPP) and the IAB Federal Privacy Working Group. She has also served on the IAPP’s Education Advisory Board and was an active member of the UK Data Protection Network, providing guidance on the General Data Protection Regulation. Noga also sat on the Advisory Board of the Digital Advertising Alliance, the Data Standards Committee of the Data and Marketing Association, the Legal Affairs Council and the Public Policy Council of the Interactive Advertising Bureau. She also served as co-chair of the Privacy Committee of the Mobile Marketing Association.
March 24, 2020 - Information Law in a Small Firm
Carrie Goldberg – Founder, C.A. Goldberg PLLC
Carrie Goldberg is a victims’ rights attorney who has built a team that provides cutting edge legal help for clients under attack by “pervs, assholes, psychos, and trolls.” Her book, Nobody’s Victim, was published in August 2019. Carrie’s work includes:
- Holding social media platforms accountable for the severe harassment and abuse occurring on their websites through the firm’s suit against Grindr and a six-figure settlement against a major tech company
- Removal of over 18,000 sexually graphic images and videos from the Internet that were posted without the subject’s consent
- Managing the removal and online moderation of celebrity targets of “The Fappening”
- Co-counsel in the representation of 14 women in Jane Doe 1-14 v. GirlsDoPorn.com, et al.
- Representation of clients caught in the crosshairs of fake news like Pizzagate
She is the recipient of 2017’s Privacy Champion Award from Electronic Privacy Information Center.
March 30, 2020 - Information Law in a Large Firm
Kathleen McGee – Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler
Kathleen is a highly accomplished technology and regulatory lawyer and former prosecutor with more than 17 years’ experience in the public sector. Her practice has a dual focus on compliance and investigations. Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, Kathleen served as Bureau Chief of the Bureau of Internet & Technology for the New York State Attorney General’s Office. As Bureau Chief, Kathleen was at the forefront of regulation, enforcement initiatives, and public policy involving privacy, data security, and consumer protection, among other issues. Earlier in her career, she served as Director of the Office of Special Enforcement in the New York City Mayor’s Office, where, as lead counsel, she directed litigation on a number of intellectual property and civil nuisance matters and was a policy leader on issues ranging from data analytics to human trafficking. While with the Mayor’s Office, Kathleen also developed the New Business Acceleration Team to streamline regulations and fast-track new business development. Kathleen started her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney for the Bronx County District Attorney’s Office in New York, where she prosecuted domestic violence, child abuse, and sex crimes.
March 31, 2020 - Information Law at a Tech Company
Tara Whalen – Privacy Engineer, Google
Tara Whalen is a Staff Privacy Analyst at Google. She obtained a Master of Laws from the University of Ottawa, with a Concentration in Law and Technology. Tara previously worked as a Privacy Engineer at Apple, and as an IT Research Analyst at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. She conducted post-doctoral research in computer security at Carleton University, after receiving a PhD in computer science at Dalhousie University. Tara has 20 years of experience in the information security and privacy fields, including roles in research labs, academia, federal government institutions, and the private sector. Her research interests include usable security and privacy, as well as technology policy.
April 7, 2020 - Information Law In State Government
Noah Stein (FLS ‘08) – Assistant Attorney General, Bureau of Internet & Technology for the New York State Attorney General’s Office
Noah Stein is an Assistant Attorney General with the Internet Bureau of the New York Attorney General’s Office, where he assists in regulating the technology sector, including in concerns relating to data security, privacy, the sharing economy, gaming, deceptive or unfair trade practices, spyware, spam, and free speech. Before joining the New York AG’s Office, Noah was an associate at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, LLP, a litigation-focused firm where he represented clients in both criminal and civil matters. Prior to enrolling at Fordham Law, Noah worked in the New York AG’s Legal Aid office educating charities on regulation compliance. He also was a business analyst with international consulting firm McKinsey & Company, Inc. Noah received his J.D. with honors from Fordham University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts from Johns Hopkins University.