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I am a rising 2L at Yale Law School, where I am a member of the Media Freedom and Information Access clinic. I also serve as Managing Editor of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology and Symposium Editor of the Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities. I earned my B.A. in History of Art and Architecture at Harvard College in 2011. Prior to law school, I spent three years in Paris, where I completed a Master's in Contemporary Art, collaborated with a number of different arts institutions, and founded and directed Prépa US Studies at the American University of Paris.
Having grown up in San Francisco, I am delighted to return to spend the summer at the Wikimedia Foundation.
I assist the attorneys on a variety of issues relating to intellectual property, privacy, and free speech.
- E-mail: aperloffwikimedia.org