Sheri Pan is a graduate of Harvard Law School currently clerking in the federal judiciary. She is interested in the intersection of technology and the public interest, including Fourth Amendment searches, consumer privacy, digital first sale, and online speech. Her work has taken her to EFF, CDT, the Berkman Klein Center, and the Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic. Her article on big data, autonomy, and privacy appears in the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, Volume 30.
When not lawyering, Sheri likes sampling chocolate croissants and dogspotting.
Last updated: January 2017