Andrew Brown


Andrew’s passion for global affairs and technology led him to a career in the privacy industry, where he advises London and U.S. insurers on matters including cybersecurity, data breach, business interruption and intellectual property. Before going to law school, Andrew was involved in various nonprofit ventures around the world, including pursuing educational reform in Rwanda, working as part of the Crisis Response Team at Amnesty International in Sydney, Australia and engaging in lobbying efforts closer to home, in Olympia, Washington, on behalf of environmental interests. Andrew received his J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, where he was Research Editor for Law Review, and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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