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Ariel Glickman focuses on libel, privacy, protection of confidential sources, and newsgathering. Prior to joining the Reporters Committee, Ms. Glickman worked on federal privacy issues at The White House's Office of Management and Budget and served as a research assistant on privacy matters at George Washington University where she received her law degree this past May. She has also worked as a legal intern at The Washington Post, judicial intern to Judge Rudolph Contreras of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and summer associate at Levine, Sullivan, Koch & Schulz, LLP.
Ms. Glickman earned her bachelor's degree in Politics, French, and Journalism from Brandeis University, where she was both a news writer and copy editor for her college newspaper, The Justice.