Holly Ritson
Human Rights Scholar
Biography
Holly Ritson is an LLM student at NYU, specializing in competition, innovation, and information law. Holly’s study focuses on issues relating to the regulation of multinational technology companies, in particular the intersections between technology, law and human rights, including privacy and free speech. As a Human Rights Scholar with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice from Spring 2021, Holly will join the Digital Welfare State and Human Rights Project team to explore how the impacts of novel technologies and approaches to government administration impact human rights.
Holly holds a Bachelor of Development Studies and a Bachelor of Laws with first class honours from the University of Adelaide, South Australia. After completing her undergraduate law degree, Holly worked for Justice Lindsay Foster of the Federal Court of Australia. Holly has also worked as a regulatory lawyer for the Australian Government and as a research assistant at the Australian Human Rights Commission. Most recently, Holly worked for Baker McKenzie as a litigation associate.
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