Katie Haas is a paralegal for the Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. Katie graduated from Yale in 2012, where she majored in history. Her senior thesis focused on human rights and transitional justice, specifically discussing the 1985 junta trial in Argentina. She won the Arthur Liman Public Interest Program’s summer fellowship in 2011, and spent that summer as a legal intern with the New York City community organization Make the Road New York. Katie was also a research assistant for Yale Law School Professor Judith Resnik and coordinated the Yale chapter of Amnesty International.
Mar 27, 2014
Cell Tower Dumps: Another Surveillance Technique, Another Set of Unanswered Questions
Feb 6, 2014
Yet Another Surveillance Tool in FBI Hands. But How Are They Using It?
Sep 28, 2013
International Right to Know Day: Pursuing Openness and Accountability
Jul 24, 2013
License Plate Readers: Just Don’t Keep Data on Innocent People!
Jun 6, 2013
Missouri Governor Vetoes Unnecessary Ban on Foreign Law
May 28, 2013
ACLU Seeks Accountability for Police Violation of the Rights of Domestic Violence Victims
May 2, 2013
U.N. Working Group Finds That U.S. Needs to Do More to Address the Adverse Business Impacts on Human Rights
Apr 23, 2013
ACLU Advocates for Human Rights of Prisoners at UN meeting in Vienna
Apr 12, 2013
Why Won’t the IRS Deploy Basic Web Security?
Feb 28, 2013
ACLU Briefs German Parliamentarians on U.S. Targeted Killing Program