Jared Harbour is a recent graduate of Princeton University. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in the School of Public and International Affairs with a concentration in Political Institutions. Jared additionally received certificates in History and the Practice of Diplomacy and Dance. His thesis research focused on the landmark Carpenter v. United States decision and its implication for how law enforcement can subvert citizens’ data privacy through anonymization techniques.
While at Princeton, Jared worked in the Lewis Center for the Arts as a building administrator for three years. He was also Artistic Director of Princeton’s premiere dance company, Disiac Dance Company, and served as the Vice-President of the Princeton Arts Committee. He was a Matriculate Advising Fellow in his first two years, helping low-income, high-achieving high school students to get into their dream college.
Throughout his time at Princeton, Jared interned at SDK Heiberger as a legal intern, assisting partners in legal research and discovery through Westlaw. Additionally, he was a judicial intern for New York State Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovits. Jared is currently a Columbia Law School LEAD Fellow, where he will begin law school in 2024.