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.