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Fellows

The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT)’s Fellows program is an opportunity for academics to engage directly with and inform our policy work. Our Fellows represent a wide range of academic fields and disciplines, reflecting the tremendous impact technology has on all aspects of life. More information on the program is available here.

CDT’s current Fellows are:

ALESSANDRO ACQUISTI
Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy 
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY 

ANNIE ANTÓN
Professor and Chair, School of Interactive Computing 
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

HANNAH BLOCH-WEHBA
Assistant Professor of Law  
DREXEL UNIVERSITY  

MICHAEL CARROLL
Professor of Law & Director of the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 

KATE CARTER
PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science  
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON 

CATHERINE CRUMP
Assistant Clinical Professor of Law 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA — BERKELEY, SCHOOL OF LAW 

SUSAN FREIWALD
Interim Dean and Professor of Law 
UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

G.S. HANS
Assistant Clinical Professor of Law 
VANDERBILT LAW SCHOOL 

JENNIFER HOLT
Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA 

SARAH E. IGO
Associate Professor of History and Director of American Studies 
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY  

MARGOT KAMINSKI
Associate Professor and Privacy Director 
COLORADO LAW & SILICON FLATIRONS 

ALEKSANDRA KUCZERAWY
Postdoctoral Researcher  
CENTRE FOR IT AND IP, KU LEUVEN 

SHOBITA PARTHASARATHY
Professor of Public Policy  
GERALD R. FORD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 

MARK RAYMOND
Wick Cary Assistant Professor of International Security 
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, DEPT OF INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES 

NEIL RICHARDS
Professor of Law 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF LAW 

PAM SAMUELSON
Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA — BERKELEY, SCHOOL OF LAW 

STEFAAN VERHULST
Chief Research and Development Officer of the Governance Laboratory 
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY