Amy Robinson is an associate at HWG LLP, where her practice focuses on telecommunications law.
Prior to joining HWG, Amy served as a legal intern in the Office of FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks and as a policy intern at the National Telecommunications and Information Association.
Prior to practicing law, Amy managed communications for the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition, where she advocated for increased broadband funding for community institutions.
Amy received her J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where she served on the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. She received her M.P.P. from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where she was awarded the Belfer Young Leaders Fellowship and the Cark & Lily Pforzheimer Fellowship, and served as a teaching fellow for multiple technology-focused courses. She received her B.A., summa cum laude, from Harvard college, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and as a John Harvard Scholar.
Amy has published extensively on technology issues, including:
- Amy Robinson & Jim Waldo,Technical Difficulties of Contact Tracing, LAWFARE (Dec. 17, 2020), http://bit.ly/lawfare-contact-tracing.
- Amy Robinson,Why the Digital Divide Could Affect the Accuracy of the 2020 Census, Kennedy Sch. Rev. ( 16, 2019), http://bit.ly/ksr-2020-census.
- Ash Carter, Tom Wheeler, Amy Robinson et al.,Big Tech and Democracy: The Critical Role of Congress, Belfer Ctr. for Sci. & Int’l Aff. (Apr. 2019), http://bit.ly/big-tech-democracy.