Mitchell Noordyke, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
Mitchell Noordyke graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School. While in school he externed for a federal magistrate judge and worked as a law clerk. Active at Minnesota Law, Mitchell was lead managing editor for the Minnesota Law Review and president of the Business Law Association. He focused his studies on technology and privacy law.
Mitchell’s interest in privacy is rooted in his love for data. He developed an interest in statistics while he was an undergraduate student at Minnesota, where he became fascinated by the power of data to persuade, and wary of its ability to deceive. His interest in data and statistics led him to pursue and complete a Master of Science in Business Analytics — also from the University of Minnesota — after which he was an analytics intern for a medical device company. Prior to law school Mitchell worked as a supply chain professional and a technology consultant.
A native Minnesotan, Mitchell embraces winter and enjoys the cold and snow. He is also a technology enthusiast and tries to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and product releases. Outside of work, Mitchell balances out his wife’s culinary expertise with a flair for dish washing. He also attempts to keep his codingchops sharp by organizing a volunteer analytics group.
Contributions by Mitchell Noordyke
Worse than negligent: Takeaways from Oath's COPPA settlement with the NY AG
Westin Research Center
An Introduction to the California Consumer Privacy Act
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2018
American Bar Association issues ethics opinion on client-data breaches
The Privacy Advisor