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Mason Clark is an attorney in Ice Miller’s Litigation and Data Security and Privacy Practices.

Mason has experience working with state, national and international data privacy laws, including the European Union General Data Protection (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). He has authored several articles on data privacy issues while at Ice Miller. He has also spoken on data security and privacy issues at several conferences and presentations, such as “Making Democracy Harder to Hack,” with cybersecurity professionals from IU and Australian National University in Washington, D.C., and a FinTech conference at Consumer Reports in Yonkers, New York.

Mason earned his juris doctor, cum laude, and a Master of Science in cybersecurity risk management from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He was a member of the inaugural graduating class for the IU Cybersecurity Risk Management program in which he learned through a multidisciplinary approach to cybersecurity issues. In the program, Mason learned three programming languages and security software programs. While a student at Maurer, he competed in the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition, finishing as a Quarterfinalist. He and his colleagues also worked with the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society to bring legal literacy to underfunded Indianapolis public schools and presented their project at the Access to Justice Symposium at Maurer in 2016.

He first joined Ice Miller as a summer associate, where he conducted legal research and drafted memoranda for data security and privacy issues. Mason also interned with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, working in the Drugs, Guns and Gangs Unit, and the Indiana Department of Transportation, gaining significant experience in public-private partnerships and writing legislative proposals for innovative technologies.

A lifelong Hoosier, Mason graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in history with an American history concentration and minors in political science and criminal justice. During his undergraduate career, he captained the IU Mock Trial team and served as a corrections officer with the Johnson County Department of Corrections. Before law school, Mason also worked as a truck driver and a security officer with the Indiana University Police Department.

Outside the office, Mason enjoys fishing, riding motorcycles and cheering on the Boston Red Sox.
 
Speaking Engagements
  • “Accessing Justice: The Interplay of Design Thinking, Legal Education, and Technology,” Access to Justice Spring Symposium.
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