Grayson Barber is an attorney and privacy advocate in Princeton, New Jersey. She serves on the board of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and advises the Intellectual Freedom subcommittee of the New Jersey Library Association. Grayson is the immediate past chair of the Individual Rights Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. She served on the New Jersey Privacy Study Commission and the state Supreme Court Special Committee on Public Access to Court Records. She has done volunteer work for the ACLU as a cooperating attorney and served on the board of directors for the national ACLU as well as the state affiliate. As a preceptor at Princeton University, Grayson contributed to courses on discrimination and the law. A graduate of Rutgers Law School in Newark, Grayson clerked for the Honorable Robert E. Cowen, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
“I know it is easy to protect the interests of the rich and powerful; but it is a great labor to guard the rights of the poor and downtrodden – it is the eternal labor of Sisyphus, forever to be renewed.” –Thaddeus Stevens (1866)