Lee Matheson is a recent graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where he was a member of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. Lee has been interested in law since he participated in a mock trial competition in the sixth grade. He was initially drawn to privacy and surveillance issues as an undergraduate, when he noticed that the banner ads in his browser suddenly seemed to know his location. He earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science at Denison University.
While a law student at Ohio State, Lee was exposed to a variety of perspectives on the practice of privacy law via a summer externship with the Privacy Office of the Department of Homeland Security, a clerkship with a small law firm specializing in startup and technology law, and his work as a research assistant for professors Dennis Hirsch and Dakota Rudesill.
Outside of the practice of law, Lee enjoys disc golf and Ultimate, and is an avid fan of overly-complex strategy board games.