The Privacy, Security, and Technology Law Society (PSTLS) aims to promote awareness and knowledge of information privacy, data security, and technology law. PSTLS further aims to facilitate professional events and panels to allow students interested in this area of law to connect with professionals and experts in the field. Finally, PSTLS seeks to connect a diverse range of students interested in this area of law to each other in order to develop professional skills, foster community, and contribute in innovative ways to the University of Georgia School of Law.

Advisor: Professor Thomas Kadri

Co-President: Christopher Brock

Co-President: Davis Wright


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