Hey there! I’m Kendra Albert, and I'm almost a lawyer. I graduated from Harvard Law School in May 2016. I'm taking the summer to study for the bar, and after that, I'll be working with Marcia Hofmann at Zeitgeist Law in San Francisco. I’m also an affiliate at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where I worked for two years as a research associate. During law school, I worked at CloudFlare, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Public Citizen. My pronouns are they/theirs.
On the broadest level, I’m interested in intermediary liability, platforms, gender, video games and intellectual property. My work on linkrot has been published in the Harvard Law Review Forum and written up in the New York Times. Some of my recent presentations have been at Theorizing The Web 2016 , where I talked about legal talismans, and as part of RIT MAGIC's Speaker Series, where I talked about DMCA 1201 and reverse engineering law through the lens of Angry Birds (video to come).
I tweet at @KendraSerra. I blog semi-regularly about things I've been thinking about. Reach me by email at kendra dot serra at riseup dot net or kendra dot serra at gmail dot com. My PGP key, should you want it, is accessible from the side bar.