Elana Reman is a member of the Public Policy Group in the Washington, DC office, where she focuses primarily on technology, telecommunication, and privacy matters. She previously served as a legal fellow in the Media Bureau, Policy Division of the Federal Communications Commission and as a Congressional intern to Congresswoman Diana DeGette (D-CO). Ms. Reman was a K&L Gates summer associate in 2015. She is CIPP/US certified.
Admitted only in Colorado Not Admitted in D.C. / Supervised by Bruce Heiman, member of the D.C. Bar
Elana Reman served as an Articles Editor on Law & Contemporary Problems and as the Chief Executive Editor of the Duke Law & Technology Review. She won the North Carolina statewide Kilpatrick Townsend Mock Trial Competition as well as the Duke Law Twiggs Beskind Cup. As a student lawyer in the Community Enterprise Clinic, Ms. Reman provided clients with nonprofit formation and due diligence services, as well as general legal and community development advice. She has previously interned at a First Amendment nonprofit in DC, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Federal Communications Commission. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a native Russian speaker.