Amy Olivero is a 2022 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, where she graduated as a Technology Law Scholar and Public Interest Fellow. At Georgetown Law, Amy served as the managing editor for the Georgetown Law Technology Review and vice president of the Latin American Law Students Association. She worked as a research assistant for the Civil Justice Data Commons project and focused on data privacy topics such as consumer protection and automated decision-making, accountability mechanisms for privacy protections, and workplace surveillance through her coursework and externships.
Prior to law school, Amy worked as a government tech solutions and policy consultant in the US and Australia, respectively. She earned her undergraduate degree in public policy from Princeton University, where she first became interested in the social impact and policy considerations related to emerging technologies. In her free time, Amy enjoys going on runs and expanding on her recent interest in fantasy and sci-fi novels.
Contributions by Amy Olivero
New Frontiers in US Employment Law: Employee Data Rights, AI Bias and Beyond
Moderator at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2023
Infographic: Key Dates of Federal Data Privacy Reform in Australia
Infographic: Privacy Resources for Digital Health Data
Privacy and digital health data: The femtech challenge
Westin Research Center
Reviewing the House Committee changes to the proposed ADPPA
The Privacy Advisor
Scope of the draft American Data Privacy and Protection Act
Privacy Bar Section