Chanda Marlowe, CIPP/US, is our inaugural Christopher Wolf Diversity Law Fellow. Chanda will be focusing on consumer and commercial privacy issues including general data management, de-identification, privacy ethics, algorithms, the Internet of Things, and Connected Cars. She will be working on proposed regulatory actions, research and analysis of European privacy issues, and tracking consumer privacy legislation.
During law school, Chanda worked as a legal intern for the Future of Privacy Forum, the ACLU of Northern California, the North Carolina Department of Justice, and the Honorable Judge Wanda Bryant at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She also worked closely with the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Center for Media Law and Policy as a Roy H. Park Fellow.
Chanda has a dual-degree (J.D./M.A.) from the UNC School of Law and the UNC School of Media and Journalism. Chanda also earned her M.A. in Teaching and her B.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.