Jeremy Ng
Technology and Human Rights Scholar

Jeremy Ng is an LLM Candidate (Dean’s Graduate Award) in the International Legal Studies specialization at NYU.  As a Human Rights Scholar, Jeremy’s work focuses on the regulatory and policy frameworks governing public sector responsibility for the environmental costs of digitization.  As a Research Assistant at Guarini Global Law & Tech, he researches the conceptual and theoretical interactions between notions of financial capital and data capital.  He is also a Graduate Editor at NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics, and has a commentary on the exclusionary human rights impacts of CDBCs due to be published in the Journal at the end of 2022.


Prior to NYU, Jeremy was an associate in Allen & Overy’s (A&O) London Derivatives and Structured Finance practice.  As the first junior lawyer chosen for secondment to Fuse (A&O’s internal tech innovation hub), he worked with senior law firm and client stakeholders on various LegalTech and RegTech policy issues.  He also was involved in a range of pro bono initiatives, including submissions to the CEDAW Committee and the preparation of training materials for Kenyan conservation officials on indigenous land rights and environmental protection.  He earned a BA in law from the University of Cambridge (First Class Honors, De Hume Prize).


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