Privacy Law Career Information
by Professor Daniel J. Solove
I maintain several pages with information about how to launch a privacy law career. Breaking into the field can be challenging; it requires dedication and hard work. But once you’re in, the demand is high, and your career can readily take off and flourish. I hope that the advice and information here is helpful. Best of luck! I wish you great success, and I hope to see you at privacy events.
This page provides advice about how to enter the privacy profession, including things to do while in law school as well as types of opportunities to look into for after graduation. This page also includes general advice about how to develop knowledge and useful background experiences.
This page provides a list of recurring internships in privacy law for currently-enrolled law students.
This page provides a list of recurring post-grad fellowships in privacy law.
This page provides information about where to seek entry-level positions in privacy law as well as jobs for junior lawyers.
This webinar explores how lawyers can launch careers in privacy law as well as make lateral moves.
This webinar covers strategies for entry-level lawyers and recent law graduates to enter the privacy law field.
About Professor Solove and TeachPrivacy
Professor Daniel J. Solove is a law professor at George Washington University Law School and the leading expert on privacy and data security law. He has taught privacy law every year since 2000, has published 10 books and more than 50 articles, including the leading textbook on information privacy law and a short guidebook on the subject. His LinkedIn blog has more than 1 million followers. Click here for more information about Professor Solove.
TeachPrivacy provides HIPAA training, privacy awareness training, information security awareness training, phishing training, FERPA training, PCI training, as well as training on many other privacy and security topics. TeachPrivacy was founded by Professor Solove, who is deeply involved in the creation of all training programs because he believes that training works best when made by subject-matter experts and by people with extensive teaching experience.