Everett Monroe is an attorney at Hanson Bridgett LLP where his practice focuses on privacy and data security advising and patent litigation. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2005, and his JD from the University of San Francisco in 2014. In addition to teaching information privacy, Everett is also actively involved with USF’s Moot Court Program, coaching its trademark competition teams and working with other teams as a practice judge.

BS, California Polytechnic State University
JD, University of San Francisco
Opinion Pieces and Blog Posts
The May 25 Launch of the GDPR Might Mean New Legal Headaches for American Technology Companies”, The American Constitution Society Blog (May 2018)
Media"No one knows how Google Duplex will work with eavesdropping laws", The Verge, 05/11/2018