Bianca T. Tillman
PEOPLE

Bianca T. Tillman

Associate
tillman.bianca@dorsey.com

Overview

BIANCA HELPS CLIENTS ACHIEVE THEIR BUSINESS GOALS THROUGH VARIOUS COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS. SHE ALSO GUIDES COMPANIES THROUGH THE COMPLEXITIES OF COMPLYING WITH FEDERAL AND STATE PRIVACY LAWS.

As an associate in Dorsey’s corporate group, Bianca works with a range of clients on a variety of corporate transactions. As a member of the cybersecurity, privacy, and social media group she further supports clients in developing privacy and security programs, privacy policies, and understanding the legal/business risks related to the processing of personal and proprietary information, and other commercial and technology transactions.

Bianca enjoys learning about and integrating the unique business considerations of each client. Her practice supports clients in various transactional and compliance matters, ranging from mergers and acquisitions and securities offerings to navigating the domestic and international privacy landscape.

Education & Admissions

Seattle University School of Law (J.D., 2021), magna cum laude

  • CALI Excellence for the Future Awards: Foundations Of Privacy Law, Business Entities, Legal Writing I
  • Managing Editor, Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law (SJTEIL)
  • Student Services Representative, Student Bar Association (SBA)
  • Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Scholar
  • King County Bar Foundation Scholarship
  • Dean’s Diversity Scholarship
  • Kate Seabright Scholarship
  • Trustee Scholarship

Simon Fraser University (B.Sc., Kinesiology, 2021),

  • Team Member, Women’s Cross-Country and Track and Field (NAIA and NCAA DII)
  • NAIA National Champion, Women’s Cross-Country
  • Team Representative, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Admissions

  • Washington
  • California

News & Resources

Legal Writings

  • Tillman, Bianca (2020) "Red Scare or Red Herring: How the “China Initiative” Strategy for Non-Traditional Collectors is Stifling Innovation in the United States," Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law: Vol. 11: Iss. 1, Article 6. Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/sjteil/vol11/iss1/6