Edward McNicholas balances his time between co-leading Ropes & Gray‘s data, privacy & cybersecurity practice and teaching cybersecurity law and policy at The George Washington University Law School. He has also served as an Associate Counsel to President Clinton and  is a frequent writer for various publications on information law and civil liberties topics.

One such publication is RopesDataPhiles, which provides practical data, privacy & cybersecurity tips. Edward comments on matters such as pandemic-related privacy concerns as well as the California Privacy Rights Act. In the meantime, he also is the lead editor of the PLI treatise, Cybersecurity: A Practical Guide to the Law of Cyber Risk.

The show will run on  Facebook Live,  LinkedIn Live, and Twitter today at Noon PST but, if you can’t catch it live, we’ll have the full video and selected answers here on LexBlog as well as in in podcast form on SpotifyApple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.

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Michelle works on LexBlog’s Publishing team and assists in managing and creating the company’s editorial and social content, as well as working with clients to ensure the overall success of their blogs. She has experience working in all different realms of publishing—including newspapers,

Michelle works on LexBlog’s Publishing team and assists in managing and creating the company’s editorial and social content, as well as working with clients to ensure the overall success of their blogs. She has experience working in all different realms of publishing—including newspapers, magazines and research journals. Michelle has published a poetry book and been featured in an anthology.