The connected world brings new and evolving challenges for collecting, securing, using, and disclosing data, and Shee Shee Jin combines creativity and curiosity to identify complex data privacy and security risks and design innovative, practical approaches to address continuous developments in technology and law.

Understanding both legal and industry advancements is critical to advising on the data protection issues of today and the future. Shee Shee brings the crossover insight necessary, whether the matter requires building out a new privacy program, responding to a security event to determine if there has been a breach of data, handling government investigations into security practices, or managing data considerations in the context of a deal. She counsels on a broad range of health, employee, student, and consumer data topics and has worked on emerging issues in genetic information, biometric data, machine learning and applied artificial intelligence, wearables, and autonomous vehicles. Additional topics include anonymization and other de-identification of personal information; audio and video recording, de-encryption, and monitoring issues; and law enforcement or other third-party requests for information.

Shee Shee also maintains an active pro bono practice, advocating in criminal, civil rights, and administrative law matters, including on cases involving the death penalty, immigration law, human trafficking, and criminal record sealing and expungement.

Education and admissions


J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 2016

B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia


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