...received his bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Yale University, and his law degree from Harvard Law School. ...
The legal department at Facebook has a new event to post on its timeline. The global social network announced Wednesday that it has added technology and data privacy expert Ashlie Beringer as its dep
Beringer is a litigation partner and co-chair of the Information Technology and Data Privacy practice group at Gibson Dunn
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...Murfreesboro, Tenn. She received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Yale University and a law degree from University of Chicago Law School....
... Lefkowitz earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Yale College and his law degree from Harvard Law School. Before joining Oracle...
... As an art history major at Yale University, Vera Zlatarski would roam the dimly lit hallways at 3 a...
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Sometimes lawyers need counsel, too. The nonprofit community law organization New York Lawyers for the Public Interest has chosen Miranda Massie as their new general counsel
NBCUniversal Inc. announced that Kimberly Harris, a litigation partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell and a former deputy White House counsel, will become the media company's executive vice president a
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