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Salomé Viljoen


Academic Tutoring
LawLegal Studies


A graduate of Harvard Law School, the London School of Economics, and the Georgetown University, Salomé focuses on intellectual property and information law broadly—including contract law, consumer protection, privacy law, and comparative European privacy and data protection law.

An Academic Fellow Columbia Law, and an affiliate (and former fellow) of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, she has advised tech companies on all matters pertaining to information law; she has also written on the political and economic implications of data collection for publications such as the Yale Law Journal, The University of Chicago Law Review, Logic Magazine and the Guardian.

A brilliant, quick-witted thinker who can turn the driest issues of privacy policy into a lively conversation on the political consequences of our own online behaviors, Salomé perhaps stands out for two qualities: 1) she’s one of the country’s academic superstars in IP and information law, 2) she can translate any conversation on legal affairs to a topic about our own lives and beliefs