Grant Fergusson

Equal Justice Works Fellow

Grant Fergusson is an Equal Justice Works Fellow at EPIC supported by the Henry Geller Memorial Fellowship. His work focuses on AI and automated decision-making systems, where he researches government AI procurement and algorithms used by digital platforms, supports litigation against automated public benefits systems that disproportionately harm marginalized communities, and contributes to EPIC’s AI policy and education efforts. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he earned Dean’s Scholar prizes for his work in Harvard’s Cyberlaw Clinic and scholarship on cybersecurity issues. While in law school, Grant worked with the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning to research technology sector roll-up acquisitions, supported Senator Ed Markey’s work on data privacy, broadband infrastructure, and facial surveillance, and led various election law research projects alongside Harvard’s Equal Democracy Project. He holds an MPhil in Public Policy from the University of Cambridge and a B.S. in Cognitive Science from Yale. Grant is a member of the D.C. Bar.