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Baker Donelson's L. Hannah Ji-Otto Selected for MCCA Sources of Success™ Program

Baker Donelson attorney L. Hannah Ji-Otto has been selected to participate in the 2024 – 2025 Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) Sources of Success™ (SOS) Program, a competitive professional development program for high-potential talent. The SOS Program brings together a select cohort of attorneys from law firms and corporate legal departments across the nation. This 12-month professional development initiative is designed to support the cohort's rise to leadership roles within their organizations.

As a privacy and technology attorney in Baker Donelson's Nashville office, Ms. Ji-Otto is committed to supporting clients on legal matters involving the use of technology and data. She regularly advises domestic and international clients on all aspects of privacy, security, information management, and AI governance issues. She is experienced in developing and implementing privacy and security policies and procedures that comply with international and domestic regulations and industry standards. Ms. Ji-Otto also regularly advises her clients on preparing for and responding to data breach incidents. Her technology transaction experience includes representing clients in a wide range of complex technology transactional matters involving outsourcing, licensing, cloud computing, and data sharing, with a particular focus on new technologies or business models that often have a cross-border aspect.

A member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), Ms. Ji-Otto has earned IAPP's Certified Information Privacy Professional designations for the U.S. Private Sector (CIPP/US), Europe (CIPP/E), Canada (CIPP/C), Asia (CIPP/A), and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). Additionally, she is recognized by IAPP as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP).

Ms. Ji-Otto earned her J.D. and LL.M. from Washington University-St. Louis School of Law.

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) is the preeminent voice on diversity, equity, and inclusion from the counsel's office to the C-suite and across corporate America. For over 27 years, MCCA has championed diversity in the legal profession and beyond by publishing research, providing professional development opportunities, convening thought leaders, and offering advisory services. Today, MCCA empowers members with the tools needed to know, do, and lead better – and to transform their company, industry, and corporate America for the better.



Baker Donelson professional admitted to the practice of law in Missouri and New York; not admitted in Tennessee.

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