Alexandra Insinga, Legal Fellow, is a U.S. lawyer based in New York. Prior to joining CJA, Ms. Insinga was a legal trial monitor for Geneva-based NGO, Civitas Maxima, and also worked for the Cardozo Law Institute in Holocaust and Human Rights where she supported several CJA cases including, the Jesuits Massacre Documentation Project. Ms. Insinga received her J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in May 2016 with a concentration in International and Comparative Law. During law school, Ms. Insinga spent a semester at the Amsterdam Center for International Law and was a member of the Benjamin B. Ferencz Human Rights and Atrocity Prevention Clinic, where she researched sexual and gender-based violence crimes for human rights litigations. She previously completed legal internships at the Global Justice Center, where she worked on policy advocacy regarding rape as a weapon of war; Prakken d’Oliveira, Human Rights Lawyers, where she drafted complaints and memoranda on redress mechanisms for international human rights violation; and Amnesty International, where she provided legal research and drafting on domestic terrorism cases. Before law school, Ms. Insinga was a trial preparation assistant at the New York County District Attorney’s office where she was the second-seat to two felony jury trials; an enterprise corruption trial and a child abuse trial. A former Guardian ad Litem, she received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tampa, where she majored in Criminology and Law and Justice. Ms. Insinga is admitted to practice in the State of New York.