Clare Garvie is an associate at the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law. She was a co-author and the lead researcher on The Perpetual Line-Up: Unregulated Police Face Recognition in America, a report that examines the widespread use of face recognition systems by state and local police and its consequences for privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties. Her current research focuses on the use of face recognition-derived evidence in criminal cases. Clare serves as an informational resource to public defenders, advocates, and journalists. Previously, she worked on human rights and international criminal law with the International Center for Transitional Justice. During her legal studies, she worked with the US Department of State in the Legal Adviser’s offices of Nonproliferation and Arms Control and East Asian and Pacific Affairs. She received her Juris Doctor from Georgetown Law and her bachelor’s degree from Barnard College.