Noah Bialos, fomer Twitter lawyer, joins Perkins Coie

12 October 2022

Noah Bialos, fomer Twitter lawyer, joins Perkins Coie

Bialos will join firm’s Privacy & Security Law practice in San Francisco.


Perkins Coie has announced that Noah Bialos has joined the firm in San Francisco as a senior counsel in the Privacy & Security Law practice. Bialos was previously director and associate general counsel for safety, content, and law enforcement at Twitter. 


Bialos has significant experience advising on digital safety, platform regulation, risk governance, and human rights. He has worked extensively on the intersection of international law and digital technologies and has provided counsel on user-generated content, freedom of expression, responsible innovation, and safety by design.


“We’re delighted to welcome Noah to the firm and our practice. Noah’s strong record advising on digital safety, platform regulation, and risk governance will be very beneficial to our clients,” said Meredith Halama, , the firmwide co-chair of Perkins Coie’s Privacy & Security Law practice. “Noah’s deep insights and experience will also further benefit our work for clients as platform regulation and regulatory compliance continue to evolve.”


At Twitter, Bialos advised policy and product teams on global legal obligations related to online safety, platform integrity, and content moderation, and he managed a group of lawyers that advised on user-generated content regulation, policy and product development, and human rights.


“Noah’s experience and technology industry insights will position him well to represent and counsel our clients, and we’re excited to welcome him to our thriving San Francisco office,” said Laura Zagar, Perkins Coie’s San Francisco office managing partner. “His practice will complement other areas of focus for our office and firm to provide effective legal counsel for our transformative technology clients.”


Prior to joining Twitter, Biaolos was a legal officer with the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs, where he advised UN and member state officials on the development of international law, including treaties and standards on terrorism, jurisdictional, and humanitarian law matters.

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