Tiffany Burba is an intellectual property and technology transactions lawyer at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein in Raleigh. At Campbell Law School, she teaches Applied Data Privacy & Technology Law as an upper-level elective course. Tiffany has particular experience at the intersection of intellectual property and technology, having drafted and negotiated thousands of contracts involving cloud software, data sharing, cybersecurity consulting, and other areas. She has negotiated multi-million dollar deals with some of the country’s prominent life sciences and software companies. Tiffany has experience on both sides of a transaction, simultaneously representing large institutional clients in their day-to-day IT procurement endeavors and independent cloud services companies in their revenue-generating licensing deals.
Tiffany is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US), which has been recognized by the IAPP as the gold standard for privacy professionals. She has also counseled national companies on compliance with international, federal, and state data privacy regulations.
In addition to her full-time law practice and teaching at Campbell, Tiffany is on the leadership council for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section and is a member of CLE planning committee for the Privacy & Data Security Section. She also manages a state-wide mentorship program for law students interested in intellectual property law, serves on the board of directors for the Friends of the City of Raleigh Museum, and maintains a robust pro bono practice. Additionally, Tiffany has published articles in WRAL Techwire, ACC Docket, and Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc.
Tiffany received her law degree from Vanderbilt Law School, where she served as an editor and contributor to the Vanderbilt Law Review. Tiffany also received her Master’s Degree in Finance from Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management and her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland (College Park).