Jolynn DellingerInstructor, Privacy & Ethics Lead
Jolynn Dellinger teaches privacy law and policy as well as ethics. Her current courses include “Privacy, Ethics, Data & Technology” (BIOETHIC 590S) and “Privacy in a Post-Dobbs World” (LAW 611-45). Dellinger is a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law, and a member of the Future of Privacy Forum Advisory Board and the Board of Directors for the Triangle Privacy Research Hub. She is the founding program manager for Data Privacy Day – a globally recognized event to raise awareness about privacy, and she has recently served as Special Counsel for Privacy Law and Policy for the NC Department of Justice.