Brill is a nationally recognized leader in the technology policy, academic and corporate sectors. Brill founded HTB Strategies, a legislative advocacy and strategic planning practice with a diverse client mix that includes Fortune 500 companies, public interest & academic sectors. Brill led multi-faceted initiatives for policymakers on issues including intermediary liability, financial services, digital trade, combating misinformation on the Internet, e-commerce, access to information, digital trade, privacy and intellectual property (IP). Brill served as interim Executive Director of the Georgetown Law Institute for Tech Policy & Law and currently teaches Copyright Law and a her novel curriculum on Technology Policy Practice. Previously, Brill was IP Practitioner-in-Residence at Washington College of Law. Brill held leadership roles at eBay and PayPal; was counsel for House Energy & Commerce and Judiciary Committee Congressman Boucher; and was an associate at Covington & Burling working on tech and communications issues. Prior to her legal career, Brill served in a variety of roles at news outlets including Associated Press, CNN, Meet the Press, and ABC News. Brill received her B.A., magna cum laude, from Harvard University and her J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown. Brill serves on the Board of Library Futures, Freedom Now, and the Internet Foundry. She is a frequent panelist at conferences and is regularly highlighted in the media.