Karina Bohorquez joined WBK’s Washington, D.C. office after graduating from the George Washington University Law School. Karina keeps clients updated on the evolving landscape of cybersecurity and platform regulation (focusing on content moderation, data privacy, and competition policy). Karina also works on numerous telecommunications and tech issues, including IoT, universal service fund, connected vehicles, and artificial intelligence.
Prior to joining WBK, Karina served on the Federal Communications Law Journal and researched privacy by design and potential federal privacy legislation. She also interned with Freedom Technologies Inc., NTIA’s Office of Policy Analysis and Development, T-Mobile Government Affairs, and USTelecom’s Policy & Advocacy team. In these positions, Karina analyzed Section 230 issues, robocalls, spectrum repurposing, 5G wireless, and nationwide broadband deployment.
Karina received her dual B.A. in Political Science & International Studies from the University of Florida.
- Representative, Region V (DC, MD, VA), Hispanic National Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division
- Member, Federal Communications Bar Association
- Co-Author (with Greg Gonzalez, Evelyn Remaley, Brian Murray, Clete Johnson, Savannah Schaefer, & Morgan Schick), A New Era of Cyber Incident Reporting and Cybersecurity Regulation_ Key Provisions Part 1, Cybersecurity Law Report (October 12th, 2022).
- Co-Author (with Greg Gonzalez, Evelyn Remaley, Brian Murray, Clete Johnson, Savannah Schaefer, & Morgan Schick), A New Era of Cyber Incident Reporting and Cybersecurity Regulation- How Companies Should Prepare and Engage Part 2, Cybersecurity Law Report (October 19th, 2022).