Lisa Lu is a Research Fellow (Computational Science) at the RegLab at Stanford Law School, where she focuses on applying machine learning and data-driven techniques to legal and policy questions. She was formerly a software engineer on the networking team at Lyft, where she specialized in solving networking and infrastructure problems at scale and contributed to open-source software. Prior to that, she interned as a software engineer at a variety of technology companies (Google, Loon, start-ups). She received a B.A. with honors in Computer Science and a secondary in History of Science from Harvard College, where she applied her technical skills to social issues like homelessness.