Drew Liebert is one of the California Legislature's most senior staff attorneys, having worked over 25 years in both Houses of the State Legislature. He has been the Chief Counsel to the Assembly Judiciary Committee for over 16 years, where he and his staff counsel review and advise state legislators about virtually all areas of the state's civil justice system, including many bill proposals involving the technology innovation sector. Mr. Liebert is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UC Berkeley, a recipient of a Masters in Public Policy from the Claremont Graduate School, a CORO Foundation Fellow in Public Affairs, and a graduate of UC Berkeley Law School. He is a frequent lecturer across the state on the Legislature's inner workings. In addition to his work in the Legislature, Mr. Liebert has served as an adjunct professor at both the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and at the University of California. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at the Panetta Institute in Monterey. Prior to his work in the Legislature, Mr. Liebert was in private practice. In his role as chief counsel to the Judiciary Committee, Mr. Liebert works in the fulcrum of many of the most important pieces of technology-related legislation debated and enacted by California policy-makers.