Matthew Baker is a member of the firm's Communications Practice Group. Matthew represents private sector clients in the technology and communications industries on legal and regulatory issues before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

    While in law school, Matthew focused on technology and communications issues and graduated from the law school's Law and Technology Institute. Matthew served as managing editor of the Catholic University Law Review. He was a Squire Patton Boggs Foundation Fellow, and in that capacity he held a legal clerkship with a public interest think-tank where he focused on consumer protection, broadband privacy, and the scope of Fourth Amendment protections related to stored digital information. Additionally, he spent a semester as a law clerk at the Federal Trade Commission, Office of International Affairs.

    Prior to attending law school, Matthew worked for a private consulting firm that advised the US federal government on issues related to cybersecurity and border security.

    Matthew is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation, which promotes the role of public service and pro bono work in the practice of law and the development of public policy.

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    Education

    • Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, J.D., cum laude, Managing Editor, Catholic University Law Review, 2017
    • The George Washington University, B.A., 2008

    Admissions

    • District of Columbia, 2017

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Federal Communications Bar Association

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    • Author, “The Third Party Doctrine and Physical Location: The Privacy Implications of Warrantless Acquisition of Historical Cell Site Location Information,” 66 Cath. U. L. Rev. 667 (2017).

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