Kendall Spencer

Law Graduate


Kendall Spencer is a law graduate in the Intellectual Property Department. Kendall is based in the Boston office where he is a member of the Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Practice Group. Kendall is not admitted to practice law in any state.

In his previous position as a law clerk, Kendall specialized in Complex Litigation. He also has a strong focus on technology law. Kendall has advised on blockchain technology integration, researched blockchain voting regulations, and investigated the use of blockchain technology to create a database of information on its advantages and efficacy. Additionally, he assisted in drafting an article regarding data privacy issues within real estate law.

Kendall serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team with the National Governing Body of USA Track and Field (USATF), as well as a board member with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). As a professional athlete on the U.S. Olympic Team, he has earned accolades such as USA Indoor Bronze Medalist, NCAA National Champion, on top of serving as a USA Track and Field board member.

Presentations and Publications

  • Speaker, “Transforming civil rights through technology,” TEDx
  • Speaker, “What can we learn from college athletes?” TEDx
  • Speaker, Senate Testimony on Name, Image, and Likeness
  • Speaker, “Forces Shaping Higher Ed,” SUNYCON
  • Panelist, American Council on Education Roundtable


  • Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2020)
    • Co-Founder, Fintech Society
    • Co-Founder, Computer Programming and the Law Society
    • Member, Georgetown Technology Law Journal
    • Member, Trial Advocacy Team
    • Member, Black Law Students Association
    • Institute of International Economic Law Fellow
    • Technology Law/Policy Scholar
  • University of New Mexico (B.A., 2014)


Kendall is not admitted to practice law in any state.




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