Spencer Beall is a third-year Juris Doctor candidate at Georgetown University Law Center, concentrating in privacy and cyber security law with a particular focus on domestic and global security issues. Spencer is an alumna of Sweet Briar College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in French, History, and Art History, with a minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. While at Georgetown Law, Spencer interned at the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, where she compiled a global law and policy white paper on online child exploitation and privacy risks in the digital age. Spencer is also a 2017 Salzburg Cutler Global Seminar Fellow in International Law. She is currently writing her Fellowship paper on developing an international legal framework and domestic policy strategies to effectively protect children from privacy and cyber security violations on the Internet and through social media platforms. Spencer will continue her coursework at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London this fall, and she plans to pursue an LLM in National Security Law at Georgetown after receiving her JD next spring of 2018.