Hey there! I’m Kendra, a technology lawyer and a scholar of computing, gender, and society.
By day, I'm a clinical instructor at the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard Law School, where I teach students to practice technology law. I will work on pretty much anything technology-related, but some recent highlights include:
I also hold an appointment as a lecturer on Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Harvard University, where I teach a class on transgender rights and the law. In 2019, I founded the Initiative for a Representative First Amendment (IfRFA), which provides funding and support for law students from backgrounds tradtionally underrepresented in First Amendment law. I currently serve as IfRFA's director. In 2018 and 2019, I was a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, where I taught Advanced Constitutional Law.
When I'm not working and teaching, I like to make the world suck less and redistribute money. I have a side business facilitating workshops to help people practice ally skills. Other than that, I spend my free time reading, playing video games, cooking, and finding new ways to organize my life.
I tweet at @KendraSerra. I occasionally blog about things I've been thinking about. Reach me by email at kendra dot serra at gmail dot com. My pronouns are they/theirs. For more info on my background and accomplishments, feel free to peruse my CV.
Photo by Britta Gustafson.