Yanni Chen is dedicated to helping clients find innovative regulatory and litigation solutions.

Yanni draws telecommunications policy experience from working in the public and private sectors. At the Office of the New York State Attorney General's Bureau of Internet and Technology, she worked on net neutrality litigation. As a technology policy and data visualization fellow at Atlantic Media's National Journal, Yanni also gained internal perspective of media companies' concerns and practices, as well as experience in technology policy and working with private, government, and nonprofit clients.

Yanni graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics. At Stanford Law School, Yanni served on the executive board of the Stanford Law Review as Senior Development Editor and co-led Shaking the Foundations, an annual progressive lawyering and social justice conference. She also focused on fostering community among the student body as a board member of the Asian and Pacific Islander Student Association. As a student attorney in the Stanford Community Law Clinic, Yanni represented clients in expungement, eviction, and SSI/SSDI matters. 

At Hogan Lovells, Yanni maintains a robust pro bono practice and is currently serving on a rotation in the Pro Bono department, working on reproductive justice, immigration, and post-conviction matters.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., Stanford Law School, 2020

B.A., University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, 2016

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia

Related industries

Technology & Telecoms
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