Stacey Schesser, CIPP/US


California Department of Justice

Supervising Deputy Attorney General

Stacey Schesser is the Supervising Deputy Attorney General for the Privacy Unit in the Consumer Protection Section of the Office of the California Attorney General. Her recent matters include People v. Glow, People v. Equifax, and leading the team that drafted regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). She began her career at the Attorney General’s Office in 2007 in its Criminal Division and has worked in the Privacy Unit since its inception in 2012. Stacey was recently recognized as one of the Recorder’s “Women Leader in Tech Law” and was the only public sector recipient of this award. Stacey received her J.D. at UC Berkeley’s School of Law, where she wrote on privacy law issues for the California Law Review, and received her B.A. at Douglass College, Rutgers University.


Contributions by Stacey Schesser

  • CPRA Comprehensive
    Forum Speaker at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2021
  • CCPA Enforcement: Enter the AG
    Speaker at IAPP Summit Sessions 2020 Online
  • As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? Navigating Emerging and Conflicting Laws
    Speaker at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019