Clare Sullivan: new counselor at The Impact Lawyers
The Impact Lawyers has announced the incorporation of Clare Sullivan as a new counselor of the magazine. He will contribute to the magazine by writing regarding digital identity, international privacy and cybersecurity.
Clare Sullivan is fellow at the Center on National Security and the Law, at Georgetown University
Professor Sullivan is cyber-lawyer specializing in digital identity, international privacy and cybersecurity. She is a Fellow at the Center on National Security and the Law, at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Prior to joining the academy, Professor Sullivan was in legal practice in Australia and internationally with Baker & McKenzie.
Professor Sullivan has a PhD in cyber-law and was awarded both a Fulbright scholarship and an Australian government Endeavour Fellowship for her research in this field. She is the author of internationally published articles on digital identity and cybersecurity in, the UK, Europe, the US and Australia. Professor Sullivan authored the first report on international trade-based money laundering, and ‘Digital Identity,’ the first legal study of the legal implications of digital identity for individuals, businesses and government. In 2016, she was appointed consultant to the Commonwealth Secretariat to examine the privacy and data security issues for the 54 Commonwealth countries implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 16.9 ‘A Legal Identity for All by 2030.’ Following this work, Professor Sullivan was engaged to develop best practice data handling guidelines for USAID for its international aid and development activities.
Welcome on board, Clare!