Meet Sarah, an Institute for Privacy Protection Student Fellow 2017-2018
Seton Hall Law’s Institute for Privacy Protection is pleased to highlight the Student Fellows for 2017-2018. The Student Fellows teach unique curriculum in elementary and middle school. The curriculum includes the following topics: Introduction to Privacy, Digital Footprint and Reputation, Ads and Content, and Balancing Time Online vs. Offline. It is anticipated that our current cohort will teach over 200 elementary and middle school children by the summer of 2018 in New Jersey and New York. Additionally, the Student Fellows are integrally involved in the Institute for Privacy Protection conferences and continuing legal education events.
Meet Sarah Hsu Wilbur - Sarah is a 4L evening student who became interested in cybersecurity and data privacy issues after doing research for Professor Kristin Johnson regarding the cyber and privacy risks that financial institutions face and what can be done to prevent and mitigate those risks. She wrote her Comment for the Seton Hall Law Review on the Cybersecurity Act of 2015, examining the legislative ambiguities within the Act that resemble legislative ambiguities in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act--over which there is a current circuit split of interpretation and which give rise to privacy issues. This past summer she worked as a Summer Associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP where she worked, among other things, on a data breach litigation project. She will be returning to Morgan Lewis next year as a Litigation Associate and hopes to work in cybersecurity and data privacy law.