Justin Bryant (JD ’21) is a Research Fellow at the Stanford Law School Gould Center for Conflict Resolution.
Justin’s background spans the intersection of law, policy, and technology in a global context. He has worked at Microsoft in Beijing and San Francisco on projects concerning cybersecurity, government relations, and civic uses of technology. He has partnered with organizations in Johannesburg and Washington, D.C. to build digital tools that facilitate access to data protection and international economic laws. He has also worked in the Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation group at Orrick, Herrington, and Sutcliffe, at the ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, and on the Senate Judiciary Committee. He currently serves as Head of Operations at Contro, a digital back office for alternative investing. He is also the Co-Lead for Youth and Digital Inclusion on the board of People-Centered Internet, a nonprofit working to ensure that the Internet serves to improve the lives and well-being of people around the world.
Justin holds a B.A. in Public Policy from Duke University, an MSc in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University—where he was a Schwarzman Scholar, an LL.M in European and International Business Law from the University of Vienna, a J.D. from Stanford Law School. He was selected as a Salzburg-Cutler Fellow in International Law and Public Service for his research on digital rights and data protection in Africa and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional- Europe (CIPP-E).