Crystal Nwaneri

crystal-nwaneriCrystal Nwaneri is a third-year law student who graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Communication and a minor in Science, Technology, and Society. Before coming to law school, Ms. Nwaneri worked as a digital communications associate in the Vice Provost Office of Undergraduate Education at Stanford. Besides being a student practitioner at the Cyberlaw Clinic last semester and an editor for the Journal of Law and Technology, Ms. Nwaneri is also a member of the Black Law Student Association and Women’s Law Association. She also served as a research assistant for the Student Privacy Initiative at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society where she is currently a Berkman Klein Fellow. In early 2016, Ms. Nwaneri was awarded a Cravath Fellowship that allowed her to do legal research on internet retransmissions of broadcast television in Singapore. She has spent the past two summers at the law firm of Fenwick & West, LLP where she will be returning in fall 2017.
Last updated: December 2016

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