The Journal of Law and Technology at Texas wants to highlight the role of women in technology-related law. We have brought together speakers from various industries to speak about their experiences, career paths, and roles for a lunch panel with students.
Beth Chun is an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General. Ms. Chun specializes in the civil enforcement of state and federal consumer protection laws, including an emphasis on emerging technologies. Past settlements include those involving tech support and wireless cramming scams, deceptive websites, and app security and privacy concerns. She also supervises the division’s intake and complaint team. Ms. Chun received her J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law and her B.A. in History and Managerial Studies from Rice University.
Mysha Lubke’s practice focuses on complex litigation and appellate matters in both state and federal courts. During law school, she served as an intern for the Honorable Lee Yeakel of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas and worked at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to law school, she worked in finance and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant. In addition, Mysha is dedicated to serving the Austin community through organizations focused on empowering those seeking social mobility. She has served and continues to serve on non-profit boards and advisory boards and donates time and expertise as a volunteer to non-profit organizations. She is dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to survivors of domestic violence.
Megan Yelle is corporate counsel for the start-up Civitas Learning, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School. Civitas Learning is on a mission to help colleges and universities see and use their data in meaningful ways in order to help one million more students graduate each year. Using cloud-based, predictive analytics platform and applications, Civitas Learning brings actionable insights to the front lines of education to measurably improve student success.
Lauren Hoffer is the Senior litigation counsel for Dell, and practices both commercial and patent litigation. Lauren graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in government, and received her JD from Georgetown Law Center.
If you missed-out on the event you can watch the videos below: