Vidushi Dyall is Director of Legal Analysis at the Chamber of Progress. She is a Fordham Law graduate and has gained meaningful professional experience across tech policy, privacy, cybersecurity, and litigation. She is currently covering the largest antitrust case of the century: United States v. Google, and is reporting from inside the courtroom everyday.
Prior to joining the Chamber of Progress, she was a litigation associate at a New York/California based law firm London Fischer LLP. She is a former Online Privacy Fellow at Fordham School of Law’s Center on Law and Information Policy and Legal Intern at Crisis Text Line, where she worked on various privacy and tech policy related initiatives. Her passion for working in the tech space began while she was a Cybercrime Investigative Analyst for the Manhattan District Attorney where she worked on cases spanning across all forms of online harm.
She is a native New Yorker who splits her time between New York and Copenhagen, Denmark with her husband, and spends her free time reading in cafes, attending shows, and testing out new recipes.