As policy counsel at NetChoice, Jennifer analyzes technology-related legislative issues at both the state and federal level. Her portfolio and research interest include issues related to data privacy, antitrust, online content moderation including Section 230, transportation innovation, and the regulatory state. She is also an adjunct professor at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.
Before joining NetChoice, Jennifer served as the Director of Technology and Innovation Policy for the American Action Forum and a Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center. Her academic writing has been published in the Colorado Technology Law Journal, the Oklahoma Law Review, and the George Mason University Law Review. She has appeared on CNBC, FoxBusiness, and CSPAN as well as local television and radio outlets to discuss technology-related issues and her opinion commentary has appeared in a wide-range of outlets including Slate, Morning Consult, the Chicago Tribune, and Business Insider. She has also testified before Congress and state legislatures.
Jennifer is originally from Alabama and is a member of the Alabama State Bar. Prior to law school served as a Teach for America corps member in the Mississippi Delta where she taught upper elementary school math. Jennifer currently resides in Arlington, Virginia and in her free time enjoys running marathons and volunteering with the Junior League of Northern Virginia.
Jennifer Huddleston has a BA in political science from Wellesley College and a JD from the University of Alabama School of Law.