Dyllan Brown-Bramble is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Privacy & Cyber and Data & Technology Transactions Practices.
Mr. Brown-Bramble advises clients on matters relating to the ever-evolving data privacy and security legal regime across a variety of industries. He works closely with clients to counsel them on risks related to the collection, use, sharing, sale, and processing of data and compliance with relevant privacy and data protection laws. His work also includes providing transactional support, and creating, implementing, and maintaining scalable privacy policies and programs.
Mr. Brown-Bramble maintains an active pro bono practice with a focus on advising low-income entrepreneurs and small businesses. He serves as co-office lead of the New York office’s Black Lawyers Group, co-chair of the US Black Lawyer Group’s Recruiting Subcommittee, and pro bono liaison between the firm and Volunteers of Legal Service (VOLS). He also serves on the VOLS Pro Bono Advocates Council.
While in law school, he represented clients in the Intellectual Property and Information Policy Clinic, was a research assistant at the Center on Privacy & Technology, and was a teaching assistant for Computer Programming for Lawyers and Legal Communication Design. He also worked as a legal intern at Morgan Stanley and SambaTV and as a fellow at Mount Sinai Innovation Partners and InSITE.