Cyber Fellow | Cybersecurity
Roy Falik is currently a JD candidate at The University of Texas School of Law, set to graduate in May of 2022. Roy received his B.S. in Computer Science and B.S. in Mathematics Statistics and Probability from The University of Texas at Austin in 2016. His passion for programming led him to work as a software engineer in the industry for two and a half years. During this time, through interactions with a broad spectrum of clients ranging from manufacturing-industry giants to precision-medicine providers, Roy was able to observe the current state of industry software security implementations. It is his practical knowledge and fascination with the ethical and legal implications of developing technology that have guided him down the path of pursuing a career in patent litigation and cybersecurity. Roy spent the 2020 Summer working with Haynes & Boone in the firm’s IP section and co-authored a paper examining the ethics of using AI Chatbots to provide automated legal services to clients of law firms with some attorneys at the firm.