KELLY SINGLETON

Associate
Privacy and Data Protection

EXPERIENCE:

Kelly Singleton is an associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where her practice focuses on federal and state privacy, consumer protection, and cybersecurity issues.

Kelly has experience advising clients on privacy laws and regulations, including Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, and state data breach notification laws. She also works with clients to prepare privacy policies and incident response plans, and she assists in privacy due diligence for acquisitions and government investigations of companies' privacy and cybersecurity practices.

During law school, Kelly worked as a technology law clerk to U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, a Judiciary Committee law clerk to U.S. Senator Al Franken, a research assistant for the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology, an open government intern at the Electronic Privacy Information Center, and a legal intern at the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties.

Prior to joining the firm, Kelly worked on privacy and technology-related litigation at a boutique law firm in Chicago.

EDUCATION:
  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
    Teaching Fellow, Privacy, Civil Liberties & Face Recognition: Legislating Privacy Protections for 21st Century Tracking Technology
  • B.A., Philosophy, George Washington University
    With Departmental Honors; Magna Cum Laude; Member, Phi Sigma Tau International Philosophy Honor Society; Dean's List
SELECT PUBLICATIONS:
SELECT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:
  • "Net Neutrality Forum," Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights, December 10, 2017
ADMISSIONS:
  • Admitted only in Illinois
  • Practice supervised by a member of the Bar of the District of Columbia
  • Not admitted in the District of Columbia

Contact Information

1700 K Street NW
Fifth Floor
Washington, DC 20006
Phone | 202-973-8840

Email | Kelly Singletonksingleton@wsgr.com


Areas of Expertise

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