Brian Hopkins is an associate in the firm’s Washington D.C. office. He is a member of the Policy and Regulatory practice area.
This is a temporary biography. A complete biography will be available soon.
Prior to joining the firm Brian served as a law clerk at the U.S. Department of Commerce, where he researched laws and regulations that prevent installation of untrusted 5G hardware, and drafted a twelve-page report outlining successful measures to prevent this. Brian also previously worked as a program development coordinator, and researched academic publications and public programming to identify subject-matter experts to speak with members of congress at bi-weekly seminars and annual international conferences. He also drafted background material and edited several scholar essays for a report published for each conference.
- “Congress to increase funds for artificial intelligence capabilities in fiscal year 2024,” Thomson Reuters Westlaw Today, 25 September 2023
- "Secure Software Regulations and Self-Attestation Required for Federal Contractors,” Pratt’s Government Contracting Law Report, September 2023
- “How Proposed BOEM Regs Will Boost Offshore Wind Projects,” Law360, 1 February 2023