Mariana Oliver is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office and a member of the IP Tech practice group, with a focus on data privacy and security. Mariana is an alum of Northwestern University’s JD-PhD program, receiving her JD from Northwestern School of Law and her PhD in Sociology from Northwestern Graduate School.
Mariana’s articles have been published in the Arizona State Law Journal and the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.
Mariana helps the IPTech group provide client advice on various matters related to data privacy and security, including development and implementation of complex privacy compliance programs, cross-border data transfers, risk assessments, and managing cyber security incidents. The clients represent a wide range of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and technology.
- Illinois~United States (2023)
- Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law (JD) (2022)
- Northwestern University Graduate School (PhD) (2022)
- NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (Masters in Urban Planning) (2015)
- Washington University in St. Louis (BA) (2012)
- Co-author, "Surveying Surveillance: A National Study of Police Department Surveillance Technologies," Arizona State Law Journal, Vol. 54.1, 2022
- Co-author, "Constitutional Pandemic Surveillance," Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 111.4, 2021