Kendra Albert is a clinical instructor at the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard Law School, where they teach students to practice technology law by working with pro bono clients. Their practice areas include freedom of expression, computer security, and intellectual property law. Kendra also publishes on gender, adversarial machine learning, and power. They hold a law degree from Harvard Law School and serve on the board of the ACLU of Massachusetts and the Tor Project. They also are a legal advisor for Hacking // Hustling, a collective of sex workers, survivors, and accomplices working at the intersection of tech and social justice to interrupt state surveillance and violence facilitated by technology.