Shaudee Dehghan, CIPP/US
Shaudee Dehghan is a Juris Doctor candidate, Class of 2018, at Santa Clara Law. She is also a candidate for the Privacy Law Certificate specialization, a technology-related curriculum covering coursework in data privacy, cybersecurity, cyber-surveillance, intellectual property, and other legal topics relevant to technology transactions. Shaudee serves as the co-president for the Middle Eastern Law Student Association and is a member of Santa Clara Law’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. Shaudee holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Economics from Northeastern University.
This article was prepared in the author’s personal capacity. The opinions expressed here are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of Santa Clara Law or any third-parties with whom the author is affiliated.
Contributions by Shaudee Dehghan
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