Managing Attorney of the Digital Justice Initiative, Lawyers' Committee
David Brody is the Managing Attorney of the Digital Justice Initiative at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. He focuses on issues related to the intersection of technology and racial justice, such as consumer privacy, algorithmic bias, discriminatory advertising, election disinformation, free speech, online hate group activity, content moderation, and government surveillance. David launched the Digital Justice Initiative at the Lawyers’ Committee in 2019.
David previously served in the Wireline Competition Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission, where he helped write federal regulations protecting broadband Internet consumer privacy. He clerked for the Honorable Stephen H. Glickman of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the Honorable Frederick H. Weisberg of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. He also was a fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center. David is a graduate of Harvard Law School.