The Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton is pleased to launch CITP’s technology policy clinic. The center’s newest initiative will focus on engaging CITP students and scholars on the real-world technology policy process. The clinic will be led by Mihir Kshirsagar who will start with CITP on Monday, April 1, 2019.
Mihir comes to us from the New York State Attorney General’s office. He was the assistant attorney general at the Bureau of Internet and Technology where he served as the lead trial counsel in some of the most important cases concerning consumer protection law and technology. He graduated in 2006 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and obtained his undergraduate degree from Harvard.
CITP’s technology policy clinic is generously supported by a gift from an anonymous donor as part of a larger program on technology and democracy within CITP. As an outgrowth of the work in the Clinic, CITP will provide federal, state and local policy makers with papers and briefings on emerging technologies and will create simple, non-partisan guides to policy issues for citizens and small businesses.