Yonatan Moskowitz has served as counsel in investigations and disputes concerning foreign, state, and local government employees. While working at an overseas nonprofit, he investigated war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in an ongoing conflict. He has also worked domestically at both a union-side labor/employment law firm and a nonprofit defending civil rights in a technology-mediated world. Yonatan has experience litigating and publishing research on questions arising from the intersection of civil/human rights, technology, and government accountability.
Yonatan is a graduate of Georgetown University. He holds a law degree from Stanford Law School, and a Master’s Degree in technology policy from Oxford University (where he won the best thesis prize for his thesis on anonymity).