Dacia A. Green

Associate

greenda@ballardspahr.com
Tel 678.420.9388
Fax 678.420.9301
Atlanta

Dacia A. Green is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department. While in law school, she served as a research assistant and researched issues pertaining to family law, constitutional law, race, and voting rights. She also served as the Editor-in-Chief of Duke Law & Technology Review. In that role, she reviewed articles and researched issues concerning digital privacy, intellectual property, and the intersection of the law and technology. Dacia also edited Judicature, a scholarly journal for judges that is published by the Bolch Judicial Institute of Duke Law.

Dacia was a 2017 Ballard Spahr summer associate where she assisted associates and partners with various projects pertaining primarily to trademark law.

Publications

"Ain't I…?: The Dehumanizing Effect of the Regulation of Slave Womanhood and Family Life," 25 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 191, 2018

"Big Brother Is Listening to You: Digital Eavesdropping in the Advertising Industry," 16 Duke Law & Technology Review 352, 2018

Community Activities

Duke Law Feminist Collective, co-founder and co-director

Black Law Students Association, former Director of Finance

Vanderbilt Prison Project, Community Service Chair
Duke University School of Law (J.D. 2018)
Editor-in-Chief, Duke Law & Technology Review
Articles Editor, Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy

Vanderbilt University (B.A. 2015)
Georgia