Ms. Cuaresma’s practice is at the intersection of emerging technologies, consumer protection, and administrative law.
For over 20 years, Ms. Cuaresma has worked on a broad spectrum of matters facing industry. In private practice, she conducted internal investigations; represented clients before the Justice Department, the Securities Exchange Commission, FINRA, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; and counseled financial institutions and trade organizations on legislative proposals and agency rulemakings. As a Federal regulator, she brought enforcement actions, helped build the nation’s first nonbank supervisory program, and served as a principal drafter of key regulations implementing the Dodd-Frank Act. Then as an academic, she focused on public policy concerns arising from emerging technologies and how the modern administrative state tests constitutional principles of separation of powers.
Currently, she is the Head of Law and Tech Policy at Common Sense Media, where she is responsible for advancing federal and state policies that promote data privacy, online safety, and competition in the tech industry.
LL.M. Advocacy with distinction, Georgetown University Law Center
J.D., UC Berkeley School of Law
B.S. in Business Administration, School of Management, Boston University
B.A. in Economics, College of Arts & Sciences, Boston University
Jolina Cuaresma is teaching the following course in Fall 2023:
Courses During Other Semesters
|Semester||Course Num||Course Title||Teaching Evaluations||Fall 2022||221.8 sec. 001||Statutory Implementation: Agency Policymaking through Regulation||View Teaching Evaluation|