Lauren Reynolds, CIPP/US

Lauren Reynolds is an attorney for Rose Law Group pc’s Litigation Department. Lauren assists in litigation matters ranging from property and contract disputes to fraud and personal injury issues. Additionally, Lauren has played a significant role in litigating several appellate matters for our clients. Lauren is also a member of the Rose Law Group’s Privacy and Cybersecurity group and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the U.S. private sector, where she assists clients with regulatory compliance, incident preparedness and response, and privacy litigation. Given the ever-changing and the fast-paced nature of this practice area, Lauren is continually increasing her knowledge of the issues associated with privacy and cybersecurity to better assist and advise clients. Most recently, Lauren attended the Second Internet of Things (IoT) National Institute in Washington, D.C.

Prior to joining Rose Law Group pc, Lauren served as a law clerk at the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, working closely with appellate court judges to research, analyze, and draft decisions regarding complex issues arising out of numerous substantive areas of Arizona law. During law school, Lauren also participated in numerous opportunities to gain experience in different areas of law and build a practical foundation for her legal career. Specifically, Lauren served as a legal extern at several government agencies and offices, including the Arizona Secretary of State’s office, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, the Arizona Center for Disability Law, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Arizona Court of Appeals, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Lauren utilizes these experiences every day, by applying the knowledge and skills she acquired in these positions in her work at Rose Law Group pc.

Lauren received her Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, graduating with Highest Pro Bono Distinction. Lauren earned her Bachelor of Arts in History from Boston College.

In her free time, Lauren enjoys reading contemporary literature, cooking, volunteer work, and travel.

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