Amaris Trozzo has experience writing about constitutional law issues and presenting on cybersecurity and national security matters. She focuses her practice on the intersection of public policy, national security and international law.

While attending a law school evening program, Amaris worked at an energy trade association for four years, where she tracked congressional activities, covered hearings and provided commentary on draft legislation related to climate change, infrastructure and cybersecurity. Before working in the energy sector in 2018, she served as a paralegal for a large Washington, DC, law firm in the international trade department.

Professional Highlights

  • Presented at the Hague Program on International Cyber Security’s Conference Navigating Narratives in Cyberspace at the Hague, Netherlands on the paper “Pushing the Envelope in Cyberspace: Recommendations for National Security Lawyers as They Set Normative Behavior in Offensive Cyber Operations,” 2022.
  • Published “Victim Blaming: Failure to Protect Laws as a Legislative Attack on Mothers,” a paper analyzing the substantive due process rights of parents in connection to failure to protect laws in the Georgetown Journal on Gender and the Law, 2021.

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  • Dean’s List Fall 2020
  • Georgetown Federal Legislation Clinic, Student Attorney
  • Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Articles Editor


  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2023
    cum laude

    B.A., The George Washington University, 2017


  • District of Columbia


  • German