Jane obtained her J.D. from Yale Law School and her B.A. from Duke University. During law school, she served as a senior editor on the Yale Law Journal and was a member of the Transnational Development Clinic and the Ethics Bureau. She received the Israel H. Peres Prize for the best student note or comment in the Yale Law Journal, as well as the Thurman Arnold Prize for best oralist and the Potter Stewart Prize for best team overall oral and written advocacy in the Morris Tyler Moot Court of Appeals competition. Jane clerked for Judge Cheryl A. Krause of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Admitted only in New York. Practice limited to federal courts and agencies pursuant to D.C. Court of Appeals Rule 49(c)(2)-(3).
- "From Emergency to Monopoly: Presidential War Games." L.A. Rev. of Books, July 2017
- "Sanctuary 101." Lawfare, March 2017
- "Exploring Liability in Software Development." Cyber Insecurity: Navigating the Perils of the Information Age, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
- Co-author, "Is It Lawful For The Police To Get The Law Wrong?" Forbes, Oct. 14, 2014
- "When Lawyers Go Bad." L.A. Times, Feb. 11, 2014
- Co-author, "Our Cyborg Future: Law and Policy Implications." Brookings Institution, Sept. 2014
- "Bad Code." The New Republic, Oct. 2013
- Note, Targeting the Twenty-First-Century Outlaw, 122 Yale L.J. 724 (2012)