J.D., American University Washington College of Law, cum laude, 2021, American University Law Review, Senior Symposium Editor
B.A., Political Science and Dance, The George Washington University, magna cum laude, 2018
Kiran Jeevanjee focuses her litigation practice on representing businesses in disputes while applying a measured, holistic approach to understanding their needs and goals.
Kiran’s background in data privacy and cybersecurity provides her with valuable perspective, and she pairs that knowledge with a passion for writing and public speaking to effectively advocate on behalf of clients. She is also a Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS).
In law school, Kiran served as a research assistant in the Tech, Law and Security program at American University Washington College of Law. During this time, in response to growing demand for the study of tech law, she helped guide efforts to bring national cybersecurity scholars to D.C- area law schools to engage with students on the topic.
Kiran was previously a Diversity Fellow and a summer associate at Greensfelder, where she assisted with research projects including collecting data on state data privacy laws and spent time working in an in-house counsel department as part of a client partnership.
- League of Women Voters
Honors & Awards
Honors & Awards
- Academic Excellence Award in Federal Personal Income Tax
News & Insights
- January 19, 2023
- Nice Thought, Poor Execution: Why the Dormant Commerce Clause Precludes California’s CCPA From Setting National Privacy LawAmerican University Law Review, 2021
- Slate, March 23, 2021
- Franchising & Distribution Law Blog, July 16, 2020