Andrew Sellars, Director
sellars [at] | (617) 358-7377

Andy Sellars is the founding Director of the Technology Law Clinic and a Clinical Instructor at Boston University School of Law. Andy has helped numerous technology clients with legal issues related to intellectual property, freedom of expression, data privacy, and academic freedom. Before joining BU Law he was the Corydon B. Dunham First Amendment Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, where he worked at the Center’s Cyberlaw Clinic and Digital Media Law Project. He received his JD with high honors from the George Washington University School of Law, where he was awarded the Peter D. Rosenberg Award for Patent and Intellectual Property Law and the Jan Jancin Award from the American Intellectual Property Law Association. Andy is also a member of the Boston Bar Association.

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Tiffany Li, Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor
tcli [at] | (617) 353-3140

Tiffany C. Li is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor at the BU/MIT Technology Law Clinic. She is an expert on privacy, artificial intelligence, and tech platform governance. Li’s writing has appeared in popular publications including the Washington Post, the Atlantic, NBC News, and Slate. Li is also an Affiliate Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project and has held past affiliations with Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy and UC Berkeley’s Center for Technology, Society and Policy. Li is a licensed attorney and an experienced in-house counsel, specializing in technology and internet corporations. Her legal experience includes roles at the Wikimedia Foundation, General Assembly, and She holds CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPT, and CIPM certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Li received a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Global Law Scholar, and a B.A. in English from University of California Los Angeles.

David Gross picture David Gross, Senior Program Coordinator
davgross [at] | (617) 353-6393

David Gross is the Senior Program Coordinator for the BU/MIT Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, and Cyberlaw Program. In addition to his interests in intellectual property and technology, David holds a Master in Public Administration from Clark University, a Master of Arts in International Affairs from American University, and a Master of Arts in Natural Resources and Sustainable Development from the University for Peace in Costa Rica. Previously, David was the Program Coordinator for the Global Environmental Politics Program at American University.


John Dugger bio picJohn Dugger is a rising second-year student at Boston University School of Law interested in litigation, IP, and privacy law. He is also interested in applying social-science research methods and theories in the legal context. John holds a B.M. in Music with an Emphasis in Communication from Union University (Jackson, TN) and a M.A. in Communication with an Emphasis in Corporate Communication from Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN), with additional graduate study at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. John’s research interests include the application of established theories to the social media context and crisis communication, particularly from government actors. Prior to law school, he was Assistant Professor of Communication at Austin Peay and Special Events Lead at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, TN. In his free time, John enjoys playing tennis and making music.
Quinn Heath bio picQuinn Heath is a rising second-year student at Boston University School of Law. Prior to law school, Quinn interned at the Adult Social Services of the Defender Association of Philadelphia for a year, improving their internal program evaluations and reporting as well as completing intake interviews for alternative sentencing treatment of non-violent drug offenders. He has also worked on multiple research projects centered around the portrayals and actions of the hacking community and has given talks at multiple conferences including Hackers on Planet Earth, a nationally known hacker convention. Outside of law school, Quinn is interested in cartography and map making, is an avid Irish step dancer, and an amateur radio enthusiast.
Danielle Heinlein bio picDanielle Heinlein is a rising second-year student at Boston University School of Law. She is originally from Park City, Utah and graduated from University of Southern California with a degree in International Relations. Prior to law school, Danielle worked in hospitality sales and commercial real estate. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, traveling, and has recently taken up boxing and golfing.