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CLTT Student Board

The CLTT Student Board assists the Center in developing events, programming and the CLTT newsletter content related to the convergence of law and technology. Board membership provides the selected students with the opportunity to delve into emerging issues of law, technology, policy, and regulation, and to work more closely with faculty and guests affiliated with the CLTT.

2022 Student Board

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Kate Stone

Kate Stone is a 2L at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Her undergraduate studies were in English and philosophy, and she is passionate about the intersection between law and technology. She believes that it is important to recognize how technological progress is changing how we view privacy and to focus on adapting our policies to embrace innovation in a responsible and ethical manner.




William Kane

William Kane

William Kane is a 1L at Kline School of Law. He is from a suburban Philadelphia town and has always had strong ties to the Philadelphia area. After studying finance and business technology at the University of Miami, his experience as a change management associate at a management consulting firm fueled his passion to help others. His top interests include technology, music, and basketball.




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Liam Pagan

A 1L at Kline School of Law, Liam is interested in data privacy and cybersecurity law. He believes that in a world increasingly dependent on the exchange and utilization of information, corporations that possess large databases should be more transparent and responsible in their handling of sensitive data. He hopes to practice in the private sector with a focus on compliance. In his free time, he enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, and spending time with his family.




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Brandon Robilotti

Brandon is a 2L at the Kline School of Law. Before law school, Brandon worked as a researcher in a medical research laboratory and then as a specialist in the design and building industries. In college, he studied chemistry and wrote a thesis on synthetic photosynthesis. In law school, Brandon is working on completing the Intellectual Property concentration and is especially interested in tech law and environmental policy and litigation.