On Teaching, Cybersecurity, and Dressing Up As a Giant Mattress: Faculty Spotlight on Scott Aurnou

Sarah Mills | November 21, 2019

Scott Aurnou has been teaching CLE with Lawline since 2011 (his first program was on mishandling electronic evidence), making him one of our longest serving faculty members. We recently had the great pleasure of sitting down to interview him about his unique and fascinating career, most recently as The Security Advocate. In the clip below, he talks about his litigator father reading him case notes at bedtime (“everyone else gets Ferdinand the Bull, I got Harris v. New York”), how he got started teaching with Lawline (at the end of a sales call, he asked if anyone was teaching digital forensics), combining his practice as a security consultant with his legal expertise (“it’s really easy to get misconceptions in this area, especially if you understand one side of a four-sided problem”), and playing ice hockey on the weekends.

Check out the full interview below!



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Written by Sarah Mills

Sarah graduated from Simon's Rock College in 2005 with a BA in Linguistics, then worked in events production for several years before obtaining a JD from New York Law School in 2012. Before joining Lawline, they worked in litigation management. They love working as a program attorney as it combines their legal knowledge and production background. They have two kids, two cats, and they love public transit and rainy days.


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