Lisa Glover-Gardin, JD, LLM; Adjunct Faculty, Law Lecturer

Lisa Glover-Gardin, JD, LLM

Adjunct Faculty

Law Lecturer


A seasoned privacy leader and law lecturer with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. Ms. Glover-Gardin has held senior leadership positions at PayPal, as Global Head of Privacy Legal, and Google, as Managing Senior Counsel for Privacy Compliance. Ms. Glover-Gardin has advised on complex privacy challenges, navigated regulatory hurdles, and developed innovative compliance solutions.

As a Law Lecturer, she lectures on Consumer Privacy and Technology.

Ms. Glover-Gardin is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she earned a Master’s (LLM) in Law, with additional certificates from Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. She is also a graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law, where she earned a Jurisdoctorate (JD). She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), and licensed in California, England, and Wales.

Selected Publications

  • “Prioritizing First to Market vs. Secure to Market: Navigating Challenges and Trade-offs in the Digital Age,” ACC Docket, Association of Corporate Counsel (will publish March 2024)
  • “The Privacy Paradox: How Mandated Disclosures Fail to Protect Privacy,” University of San Francisco, Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, Vol.28, Issue 2 (2024).
  • “Storm Clouds Ahead? What Every Cloud Service Provider Should Know Before Setting Off Into The Clouds,” American Corporate Counsel Docket (November 2012).
  • “My Privacy is Better Than Yours: US and European Perspectives on Privacy,” International In-house Counsel Journal, Vol. 5, No. 20 (Summer 2012, 2).
  • “Monitoring Changes and Proposed Changes to Federal Acquisition Law, Uncorking the Tough Issues, How In-House and Government Attorneys Unravel Them,” American Bar Association Press (October 2008).