Ben Sobel

Ben studies the interplay between law and technology, with an emphasis on intellectual property and privacy. He has worked on tech-law issues as a research assistant to Professor Jonathan Zittrain at Harvard Law School and as an intern at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. In spring 2015, Ben was a Teaching Assistant for a Harvard Law School course on the software copyright case Lotus v. Borland. A case study he wrote on Lotus v. Borland was published by the Harvard Law School Case Studies Program. This summer, Ben held a Google Policy Fellowship at Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy and Technology. He graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Comparative Literature and a secondary field in Computer Science.

Last updated

May 6, 2016