Mary Huang is an associate with the law firm of Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP, where she practices litigation and telecommunications law.
Ms. Huang counsels clients on a variety of regulatory issues relating to the Federal Communications Commission. She advocates on behalf of clients in FCC proceedings and advises companies on compliance with various regulations, including the Schools and Libraries (E-rate) program rules and the minimum service quality standards for Telecommunications Relay Service. She also assists companies responding to federal regulatory audits, investigations, and enforcement actions. As part of her pro bono practice, Ms. Huang has represented a domestic violence survivor in D.C. Superior Court, helping the client obtain a civil protection order.
Ms. Huang received her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she served as the Business and Finance Chair of the Stanford Journal of International Law. While a certified student attorney at the Stanford Religious Liberty Clinic, Ms. Huang represented a Seventh Day Adventist in a trial-level employment discrimination suit and helped draft a Supreme Court amicus brief on behalf of a national Sikh organization. She also interned at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s China Affairs Office.
Ms. Huang received her B.A. from Wellesley College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. Prior to law school, she taught at-risk middle school students in rural China through the Teach for China program. She has professional working proficiency in Mandarin.