Quentin Johnson is a second-year J.D. student at Yale Law School where he focuses on issues of foreign relations and national security. Prior to attending YLS, Quentin spent time on Capitol Hill, held a Fulbright Scholarship in Malaysia, and worked in the international practice group of Harris, Wiltshire and Grannis LLP. At YLS, Quentin serves as a features editor of YJIL, a board member of the National Security Group, a student volunteer with International Refugee Assistance Project, and a legal intern with the Reentry Clinic at New Haven Legal Assistance. He is primarily interested in issues relating to cybersecurity, Southeast Asia, and international law and technology.