Insights: News Amanda Witt Becomes Chair of the State Bar of Georgia's Privacy & Technology Law Section
ATLANTA (August 15) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Amanda Witt has been elevated to the 2023-2024 Chair of the State Bar of Georgia's Privacy & Technology Law Section as of July 2023. Ms. Witt was elected Secretary in 2021 before transitioning to Vice-Chair in 2022.
Founded in 1985, State Bar of Georgia's Privacy & Technology Law Section is made up of Georgia attorneys who serve their community by delivering privacy, security, and technology education and pro bono service.
Ms. Witt co-leads both the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance Practice and the Technology, Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice at Kilpatrick Townsend. She focuses her practice in the areas of information technology, U.S. and global privacy, AI, IoT, information security, e-commerce, cross-border transactions, outsourcing, licensing and procurement, intellectual property protection and transactions, strategic alliances, commercial transactions, software development and licensing, SaaS services, and electronic signatures.
For more information about the State Bar of Georgia’s Privacy & Technology Law Section, please visit: gaprivacytech.org.
For more information about Kilpatrick Townsend, please visit: www.kilpatricktownsend.com.
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