Brianna L. Schofield is a Teaching Fellow in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic. Schofield’s teaching and research interests focus on the intersection of law and technology, particularly as it relates to intellectual property regimes, free speech, and access to knowledge. Prior to her current role, Schofield was a Research and Policy Fellow at the Samuelson Clinic where she conducted extensive research analyzing how notice and takedown procedures operate around the world.
Before joining Berkeley Law, Schofield was a Special Deputy Attorney General in the Executive Office of the California Attorney General where she worked on investigative, legislative, and negotiated solutions to advance consumer privacy.
B.Sc., London School of Economics and Political Science (2003)
J.D., UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) (2012)