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Myra F. Din

Associate

P. 303.244.0171 | F. 303.244.1879

Biography

Myra Din represents clients in complex litigation matters with a focus on class actions and management-side labor and employment. Prior to joining WTO, she served two judicial clerkships in the greater New York City area, where she gained experience drafting judicial opinions and bench memoranda, as well as assisting with trials and sentencing recommendations.

Myra also previously worked as an associate in the labor and employment department of an international law firm. There, she assisted with internal investigations and defended municipal entities in class litigation. 

During law school, Myra gained experience as a legal intern in the National Security and Cybercrime division for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. In this role, she helped draft government briefs related to cybersecurity as well as warrant requests to assist in terrorism investigations. Myra was also an active competitor and coach in the Moot Court Honor Society, Appellate Division, and the recipient of several prizes for oral advocacy, public service, and international business law.

Cases

  • Defended municipal entities in employment class litigation, and worked with experts to analyze payroll data.
  • Successfully counseled a nonprofit client through a New York State Department of Labor employee misclassification audit.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

    Articles

  • Breaching and Entering: When Data Scraping should be a Federal Computer Hacking Crime 81 BROOK. L. REV. 405 (2015)
  • Data Without Borders: Resolving Extraterritorial Data Disputes 26 J. TRANSNAT'L. L. & POL'Y 1 (2017)
  • Hidden by Sovereign Shadows: Improving the Domestic Framework for Deterring State-Sponsored Cybercrime, (with Eric Blinderman), 50 VAND. J. TRANSNAT'L L. 889 (2017)

Other Experience

Proskauer Rose LLP, Associate
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, Summer Associate

Personal Interests

Argentine tango, tennis, cycling, reading, and international travel