Jennifer Bennett
Jennifer Bennett is a judicial clerk for the Honorable Judge Marsha Berzon on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.  After graduating from Yale University Law School in 2010, Jennifer provided invaluable assistance to the Visual Law Project in its first year as a...
Nicholas Bramble
Nicholas Bramble is a Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School and a MacArthur Media Fellow with the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, where he conducts research on problems of collective action and civic engagement relating to communications law, competition law, open access in...
Jane Cooper
Jane Cooper, JD '13, graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 2007 where she studied Political Science and Sociology. After graduation, Jane worked for three years at Columbia Law School’s Social Justice Initiatives program where she worked with faculty, students, and graduates on themes of public...
Megan Corrarino
Megan Corrarino, originally from Oregon, is a joint degree student at Yale Law School and at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School, where she is pursuing a Master's of Public Affairs in Development Studies.  Specializing in human rights law and law and international development, she participated in Yale's Lowenstein International...
Nate Freeman
Nate Freeman received his B.A. in Physics-Astronomy from Whitman College in 2004 and his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2011.  His activities at Yale included a focus on teaching and environmental law, as well as a stint as the student director for the school's LGBT...
Kevin Jiang
Kevin was born in Nanjing, China and grew up in Phoenix, Arizona.  He attended Harvard College, where he concentrated in economics and also studied political theory and political history.  At Yale Law School, he is the production coordinator of the Visual Law Project and also works...
Sharanya Kanikkannan
Sharanya Kanikkannan is a third year law student at Yale committed to the field of international development, and has focused on access to justice for the poor and human rights since she began law school. Sharanya worked with a paralegal services organization, Timap for Justice, in...
Valarie Kaur
Valarie Kaur (Founding Director) is an award-winning filmmaker, public speaker, and writer in her third year at Yale Law School. In the last ten years, she has harnessed multiple tools – filmmaking, writing, speaking and lawyering – to advocate on behalf of communities swept up in...
Stephanie Keene
Stephanie Keene is a second year law school at Yale who originally hails from South Florida. After graduating with High Honors from Princeton University with a B.A. in English and a Certificate in African American Studies, Stephanie worked with the United Nations World Food Program in...
Allyssa Lamb
Allyssa Lamb grew up in the suburbs of Seattle, and attended the University of Washington. She graduated magna cum laude in 2004 with B.A.s in Classics and Ancient Near East Studies. Allyssa attended Oxford on a Rhodes scholarship. She was a member of Merton College, and...
Aseem Mehta
Aseem Mehta is in his second year at Yale College, studying Ethics, Politics & Economics. He has focused on understanding the link between public health, international law and human rights, having spent time in Cairo, Egypt. His activities at Yale have included researching HIV intervention strategies...
Eric Parrie
Eric Parrie, JD ’13, came to YLS from New Orleans and enjoys a variety of rebellious endeavors at the law school. He joined the Visual Law Project in the fall of 2011 and has served as writer, interviewer, producer, editor for the team. In addition to...
Sharat Raju
Sharat Raju has won more than twenty awards as a filmmaker since graduating with honors from The American Film Institute’s renowned directing program. His Masters Thesis film, American Made, quickly became an international phenomenon as it tore through the film festival circuit in 2004-05, winning awards...
Charles Vogl
Charles Vogl is a documentary film producer and co-founder of Broken English Productions LLC in New York City. He focuses on creating high social impact through non-fiction media. He has worked with both Academy and Emmy Award winning filmmakers. Vogl produced the independent feature documentary NEW...
Ivy Wang
Ivy Wang, JD 2013, joined the Visual Law Project in Fall 2010 as an affiliate, and has served as writer, producer, and interviewer. Prior to law school, she co-produced and directed Guanzhou Modernized, a short documentary for the Asia Society on the fate of a Chinese...
Spencer Wolff
Spencer Wolff is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Yale's Department of Comparative Literature. He has law degrees from Columbia Law School and Paris I Pantheon la Sorbonne and is a graduate of Harvard College. At Columbia he was a member of the human rights clinic and...