Sari Mazzurco (née Sharoni) is a Ph.D. in Law candidate at Yale and a Resident Fellow of the Information Society Project. Her research interests include intellectual property law, privacy, and the First Amendment. Sari received her B.A. in Government from Georgetown University and her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she was an articles committee member and senior editor of the Stanford Law Review. While at Stanford, Sari received an Intellectual Property Award and worked at Facebook as a law clerk. Since graduating, she has served as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Thomas L. Ambro of the Third Circuit and practiced at Covington & Burling LLP in the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity and Copyright & Trademark practice groups. Sari's legal scholarship has been published in the Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts and the Federal Circuit Bar Journal.
Prior to law school, Sari served as a Boren Fellow and Ana Sobol Levy Fellow in Israel where she focused on the centrality of technology to Israel and the United States' diplomatic relationship. She previously worked at the Department of State and was awarded a Council of American Ambassadors Fellowship in conjunction with her service. While at Georgetown, Sari received Government Honors with Distinction for her scholarship applying social network theory to the government's use of social media platforms.