Nathaniel J. Tisa is an ASPIRE Cyber Law Fellow and a 2L student at New York University School of Law, focused on the intersection of national security requirements and civil liberties through the lens of technological change. Mr. Tisa serves as a student fellow with the Information Law Institute and staff editor on the Journal of Legislation & Public Policy. He spent last summer as a 1L diversity scholar in Morrison & Foerster’s NYC office working on issues of privacy and data security regulation, complex litigation, and enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Additionally, he serves as a research assistant to Professors Stephen Schulhofer and Ira Rubinstein of NYU on national security law and privacy issues. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University, where he studied international politics, graduated cum laude, and served as student body president.
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