Graduate Student Intern at the Berkman Klein Center (Summer 2019)
Sarah is an attorney by training, currently enrolled in the Master of Global Policy program at the University of Texas at Austin. She researches the permitted "statistical purposes" for which Census Bureau data may be used under 13 U.S.C. §9 to understand the legal ramifications of implementing differential privacy for the 2020 Census. In addition, she researches how the financial regulations of the Dodd-Frank act created ways to deal with systemic financial risk, and how these methods may be analogized to, and helpful in developing a composition theory of privacy.