Hi all. I'm Mark Egerman, currently a 3L. Before law school, I was a student at the School of Computer Science at CMU, where I became interested in a number of the issues involving the intersection of computing and society. I was the first student in a program known as Consulting in the Global Community and was sent to Rarotonga for a few months to help network the island's hospital. I then went to the University of Cambridge for a master's in development studies and remain interested in issues about ICT for development.
In addition to international concerns, I've become interested in the intersection of sex equality, technical innovation, free speech, and access to information in the context of pseudononymous bulliten boards. After I graduate, I plan on starting my own public interest law firm and may find myself litigating some of these issues. Sorry if I sue you.