Lindsay Bailey, Legal Fellow, recently graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she focused on international law and human rights. At Harvard, she was a student attorney for four semesters in the International Human Rights Clinic, working on accountability litigation for human rights violations. She was the President of the Law and International Development Society, on the Executive Board of the HLS Advocates for Human Rights and the International Law Journal, and a research assistant at the Program on International Law and Armed Conflict. Lindsay was awarded the David Grossman Exemplary Clinical Student Team Award for her work in the human rights clinic and a Dean’s Award for Community Leadership for her contributions to the law school community.
Lindsay was a summer associate at the Public International Law and Policy Group, where she worked on international human rights standards for detention of prisoners, corruption, international criminal law, and transitional justice, Schonbrun, Seplow, Harris & Hoffman LLP, where she worked on civil and human rights cases, and Oxfam America, where she researched the impact of pharmaceutical companies’ tax avoidance and lobbying on public health and access to medicine.
Prior to law school Lindsay received her undergraduate degree from Ryerson University in Politics and Governance, and spent three years in Ghana working with municipal governments to improve public service provision.