Christopher Suarez is a second year student at Yale Law School. His primary ISP research interests are in information privacy law and access to educational materials. In 2006, Chris graduated from MIT with dual degrees in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science and Political Science. His senior thesis at MIT discussed the privacy implications of several emerging RFID applications within the hospital setting. After MIT, Chris taught middle school in Chicago as part of Teach For America, and he continues to advocate for educational equity as an active member of both Yale’s Education Adequacy Project and the Project for Law and Education at Yale. He also serves on the editorial board of the Yale Law and Policy Review. In Summer 2009, Chris served as a law clerk at the Electronic Privacy Information Center. His most recent research at the law school has focused on the antitrust implications of the Google Book Search Settlement.