Leah A. Plunkett is a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and an associate dean & associate professor at University of New Hampshire School of Law.
As part of the interdisciplinary Youth and Media team at Berkman Klein, she researches and writes about young people's digital lives, with a focus on student privacy, digital citizenship, and educational equity. At UNH Law, Prof. Plunkett works with students on skill-building for success, as well as teaches a course on Access to Justice.
She also works with Law School data to drive the School's innovation, accreditation, and related responsibilities. Previously, Leah was the founder of the Youth Law Project at New Hampshire Legal Assistance, which provides civil legal services to at-risk kids & teens.
She has also done economic justice work at the National Consumer Law Center and taught at Harvard Law School. She is an honors graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, where she was a Legal Aid Bureau member.