Shane Rogers

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Shane Rogers is from Newburgh, NY, and currently clerks for the Honorable George B. Daniels on The United States Southern District Court of New York.  Previously he was an associate at the law firm, Covington & Burling in their Washington, DC office.  Aside from his cyber/data/privacy legal practice, while at the law firm Shane had a robust and committed pro bono practice where he represented incarcerated people, investigated a police department for misconduct, and assisted in challenging the confederate names of a high school and middle school in Virginia.


While in law school, Shane externed at the Senate Judiciary Committee for Senator Coons and spent time working for the NFL. Shane received his BA in government and philosophy from Colby College in 2015, where he played basketball and was a part of Student Government. He graduated from Columbia Law School in 2019 where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and served as an Articles Editor for the Columbia Journal of Race and Law. Shane also published his student note on the potential injustices in the current Sixth Amendment right to counsel jurisprudence.