Lorand Laskai is a third-year student at Yale Law School. His work during and prior to law school has focused on the intersection between technology, foreign policy, and China’s rise. During law school, he interned at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and New York State Attorney General’s Bureau of Internet and Technology. He worked on a task force on U.S.-China technology interdependence at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Last year, he served as a member of the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition. Prior to law school, Lorand worked at the Center for Security and Emerging Technology, the Council on Foreign Relations, and at the Financial Times in Beijing. He graduated from Swarthmore College and is proficient in Mandarin.