Cyberlaw Expert Returns To Stanford
Jennifer Stisa Granick was recently named the new director of civil liberties at the Center for Internet and Society. The Daily Journal's Craig Anderson covered the story:
Jennifer Stisa Granick is returning to Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society as its director of civil liberties, focusing on government surveillance, national security and free-speech issues.
Granick, an Internet law expert who previously worked as the center's executive director, said she is starting her new full-time job on Monday.
Granick helped the company get organized and did administrative work there but said it does not need a full-time general counsel at this time. "It was a hysterically fun blip [in my career]," she said.
From 2010 to 2012, she worked at ZwillGen PLLC, where Worldstar was one of her clients, and at the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation after leaving the Center for Internet and Society for the first time in 2007, after six years.
"Jennifer is a talented scholar and lawyer, who anticipated many of today's vexing challenges and helped chart the center's course during its genesis," said Stanford Law School Dean Larry Kramer in a prepared statement.
Granick took a couple of months off after leaving Worldstar and taught an Internet business law class at Stanford this spring with Richard Salgado, Google Inc.'s director of law enforcement and information security.