Jacqueline Seitz advocates for privacy rights and anti-discrimination protections for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and histories of substance use or criminal justice involvement. She provides legal counsel and technical assistance on privacy law to providers and public officials, advises individuals denied access to medication-assisted treatment in courts, jails, and prisons around the country, and represents individuals whose confidential HIV-related information has been unlawfully disclosed. Jacqueline also supports LAC’s national and state policy advocacy to maintain and strengthen individual privacy rights. She conducts trainings on confidentiality and privacy, and contributes to LAC’s law and policy publications. Jacqueline also directs the legal internship program in the NYC office.