Simone Unwalla is a student at Harvard Law School and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Before law school, Simone’s work centered on holding powerful organizations accountable for facilitating widespread child sexual abuse. Last summer, she served as a legal intern with the Clooney Foundation for Justice where she contributed to projects seeking to hold corporate actors accountable for financing and facilitating mass human rights violations.
A gap in access to expert appellate legal representation has enabled wealthy corporations to shape the legal landscape to their benefit. Plaintiff-side appellate litigators are trying to change that.
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