• Data Privacy and Security

• International Privacy Law Compliance
• Policy Development
• Data Breach Response

Intellectual Property Transactions
• Copyrights
• Trademarks
• Internet and Technology Law

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Calli is an Associate Attorney in the Data Transactions and Security and Intellectual Property practices.  She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, holding designations from the International Association of Privacy Professionals in U.S., E.U., and Canadian privacy law and in privacy program management.

Calli enjoys the challenge of tracking, understanding, and applying the constantly-changing data privacy laws to her clients’ needs.  She strives to make the intricacies of U.S. and international laws and regulations on personal data, technology developments, and data analytics accessible for clients, and she enjoys assisting clients with all their data related needs (including analyzing applicable laws, proactively crafting privacy policies, drafting vendor agreements, and developing plans for data security and data breach response).  Calli is experienced in working with consumer protection issues, addressing topics ranging from human subject research to behavioral advertising to surveillance, and has written extensively about privacy case law, international developments in privacy law, and the technological challenges of data stewardship.  Her privacy-related work includes Privacy Shield, GDPR, APEC CBPR, international data transfers, TCPA, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, FERPA, HIPAA, VPPA, PCI compliance, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, website and mobile app agreements, data breach response, drafting privacy policies and consumer notices, FTC enforcement practices, and more.

Her background working in-house for local companies allowed her to pursue work in trademark protection and enforcement, copyright registration and defense, and third-party technology agreements.  While working in the office of Commissioner Brill at the Federal Trade Commission, she gained insight into FTC enforcement, consumer protection, and international data privacy cooperation.  Her recent stint as a Research Fellow for the International Association of Privacy Professionals gave her extensive background in international privacy law and the intricacies of proper data security and use in an age of ever-evolving technology.  This diverse experience allows her to serve a range of clients, from small businesses to nonprofits to government to multinational corporations.

Calli is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School where she was the Lead Student Note Editor of the Colorado Technology Law Journal, student attorney at the Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law and Policy Clinic, and an active member of the Silicon Flatirons Student Group.  She loves singing, traveling, and reading everything from non-fiction about morning talk shows to the original run of Avengers comics.


University of Colorado, J.D. (2016)
Whitworth University, B.A. Peace Studies (2010)

Bar and Court Admissions

Colorado (2016)


CIPP/US, CIPP/C, CIPP/EU, CIPM (International Association of Privacy Professionals)

Select Publications and Presentations

-  Unfairness Under Section 5: Unpacking “Substantial Injury” (Law & Economics of Privacy and Data Security: Developing a Benefit-Cost Framework for Data Policy 2017)

- Data Localization – Legal and Practical Considerations (IAPP Web Conference 2017)

-Why Can’t We Be Friends? A Proposal for Universal Ethical Standards in Human Subject Research, 14.2 Colo. Tech. L. J. Vol. 409 (2016)

- Intangible Privacy Harms Post-Spokeo, IAPP (December 15, 2016)

- The AT&T v. FTC Common Carrier Ruling Creates a Regulatory Blind Spot, IAPP (September 2, 2016)

- Terms of Service (Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art 2016)

- Digital Divide and IRB Laundering (Tech Law & You Podcast 2015)