Mariko Hirose is a senior staff attorney at the New York Civil Liberties Union, where she focuses on statewide civil rights and civil liberties impact litigation. At the NYCLU, she has worked on cases involving free speech, privacy, government transparency, criminal justice, and gender and sexual orientation discrimination.
Hirose graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in 2003 and with Order of the Coif from Stanford Law School in 2008, where she was an articles editor for the Stanford Law Review. After law school, she clerked for the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Jan 25, 2016
Documents Uncover NYPD’s Vast License Plate Reader Database
Oct 22, 2015
Victory for New York Women: Governor Andrew Cuomo Advances Equality for Pregnant Workers
May 15, 2015
New York State Police Claim Not to Have Key Records on Stingrays
Apr 24, 2015
Newly Obtained Records Reveal Extensive Monitoring of E-ZPass Tags Throughout New York
Apr 7, 2015
NYCLU-Obtained Documents Reveal Secrecy, Lack of Court Oversight in Use of Invasive Stingray Technology
Sep 13, 2010
Appeal Brief in Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking FOIA Case Filed
Sep 7, 2010
A Victory for Cell Phone Users' Privacy
Sep 7, 2010
ACLU Challenges Laptop Searches and Seizures at the Border
Aug 30, 2010
Judge: No Difference Between Cell Phone Tracking and GPS Vehicle Tracking
Aug 16, 2010
Amazon Case: We're In!