Marie Kulbeth is the General Counsel of SixFifty Technologies (a Wilson Sonsini legal tech subsidiary) and co-director of BYU LawX, a legal design lab at the Law School that is dedicated to solving access to justice problems. Before SixFifty, Marie served as an assistant dean and admissions director at BYU Law, during which time she helped found BYU Law Camp, BYU Law Stories (aka, the BYU Legal Storytelling Project), and The BYU Advocate (the Law School's alumni magazine).
Marie focuses on privacy, international, and corporate law and also specializes in diversity, equity, and inclusion programming. In addition to her work with LawX students, Marie teaches undergrads as a co-director of BYU's Model United Nations program. Through her work at SixFifty and with BYU, Marie works to prove out the concepts of LawX--the law can be less complicated, and it can be more equitable for both companies and individuals.
In addition to her involvement with access to justice projects at SixFifty and BYU Law, Marie is a board member of Southern Sudan Humanitarian and the Utah Tribal Relief Foundation.