Kimberly Chow

2014-15 Ethics & Excellence Legal Fellow

Kimberly Chow will spend this one-year fellowship focusing on privacy, libel, confidentiality, and newsgathering.

A May 2014 graduate of New York University School of Law, Chow was an editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law and published a note on journalists' use of Internet sources.

She received her bachelor's degree in history from Yale University, where she worked as a reporter and news editor for the Yale Daily News, as well as editor in chief of The Insider's Guide to the Colleges.

Before law school, Chow founded the college counseling office of a private international school in Shanghai and worked in communications and development for a legal education and college prep nonprofit in Queens, New York. She has interned at The Associated Press in Brussels, in the legal department of the New Yorker, for the U.S. Department of Commerce, and at the New York office of Reed Smith LLP.

This fellowship is sponsored by a grant from the Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Foundation.