Diane Ghrist is the Business and Marketing Editor for the American University Business Law Review. Since starting law school, Diane has been a Contract Law Dean’s Fellow for Professor James May and a member of the Honor Society for Alternative Dispute Resolution. She served as a law clerk for the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of International Affairs, where she focused on contract and cyberlaw. Diane was a Summer Associate at the Washington, DC based IP firm Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein, and Fox in the litigation and appellate advocacy practice group. Her forthcoming publication, Buzz, Cookies, Algorithms, and the Universal Search: A Look at Two FTC Negotiations with Google Inc. will be appearing in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review Online. She has recently co-authored a book chapter to appear in a forthcoming ABA treatise on generic drug litigation.
Diane attended Bryn Mawr College, where she graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Mathematics and English language. She authored a thesis on post-Apartheid South African literature and played four years of varsity field hockey. During her time at Bryn Mawr she also interned with Federal Magistrate Judge Holly B. Fitzsimmons of the District of Connecticut. Prior to starting at WCL she worked and studied in Turkey and Germany. She is an avid traveler and most recently hiked Mount Fuji.