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Amélie-Sophie Vavrovsky

Amélie-Sophie Vavrovsky

Amélie-Sophie Vavrovsky is the founder of Formally, a legal tech startup with a mission to increase access to justice through automation and accessible design. At Stanford, she is a dual degree graduate student at Stanford in Cyber Policy and Sustainable Design. She is the lead graduate researcher with the Digital Civil Society Lab focusing her research on the right to freedom of assembly and association in digital spaces, anti-surveillance, and digital capacity building for nonprofit organizations. Amélie is a fellow at the Stanford Center for Computational law (CodeX) where she leads technology projects that seek to make legal processes fairer and more accessible. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University with degrees in International Relations and Middle East Studies.