Rida Sarwar - My Experience

Rida Sarwar - My Experience
Rida Sarwar
Law Clerk
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University of Houston

University of Houston Law Center

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Rida Sarwar is a rising 3L at the University of Houston Law Center. She has received a B.B.A from the University of Houston in Supply Chain Management, a certificate in Analytics, and a minor in political science. This background has uniquely prepared her for a legal career in the intersection of business and policy.

At UHLC, Rida is the Editor-in-Chief of the Houston Journal of International Law. She is also serving as the President of the Association of Women in Law. In addition to her organizational positions, Rida has earned awards for her legal research and writing including scoring the highest in her LRW course and for her comment entitled “Cyberchase: The Need for Improved Cyberspace Regulation in the Midst of an AI Arms Race.”

Rida has previously clerked for Judge Yvonne Ho for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and as a Law Clerk with a Fortune 100 company’s legal counsel. Upon graduation, Rida hopes to use her experiences to work with data privacy and emerging technologies.

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About Me

Rida Sarwar is a rising 3L at the University of Houston Law Center. She has received a B.B.A from the University of Houston in Supply Chain Management, a certificate in Analytics, and a minor in political science. This background has uniquely prepared her for a legal career in the intersection of business and policy.

At UHLC, Rida is the Editor-in-Chief of the Houston Journal of International Law. She is also serving as the President of the Association of Women in Law. In addition to her organizational positions, Rida has earned awards for her legal research and writing including scoring the highest in her LRW course and for her comment entitled “Cyberchase: The Need for Improved Cyberspace Regulation in the Midst of an AI Arms Race.”

Rida has previously clerked for Judge Yvonne Ho for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and as a Law Clerk with a Fortune 100 company’s legal counsel. Upon graduation, Rida hopes to use her experiences to work with data privacy and emerging technologies.

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