May 26, 2022
Kai Galindo is a student at Yale Law School. This year, Kai was a member of the Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic working on projects involving disability rights and genocide prevention, on the Executive Board of Yale Law Women, and a Lead Editor for the Yale Law and Policy Review. During law school, Kai has worked for the Fourth Amendment Center at National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and in the Civil Appellate Unit of Vermont Attorney General’s Office. Kai is interested in civil rights litigation and is excited to spend the summer learning and exploring the Bay Area.
Amelia is a rising third year law student at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. During law school, Amelia has explored a wide variety of civil practice areas including housing and benefits work at Legal Services of Northern California, employment law as a volunteer for Centro Legal de la Raza’s Worker’s Rights Clinic, and dependency law at East Bay Family Defenders. Amelia is also the co-Editor-in-Chief of the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law and a legal research and writing tutor. Prior to law school, Amelia taught at public elementary schools for six years and researched California College Promise Programs at WestEd, a non-profit education research organization.
Kai and Amelia will be with GBDH through Friday, July 29.