Emma Eastwood-Paticchio

Emma is a third-year law student at Stanford Law School. She graduated from Middlebury College in 2015 and then worked as a research analyst at the Office of the Attorney General of New York. Since starting law school, Emma has helped form a new student organization, Stanford Law Students against Gendered Violence, and leads an accompanying pro bono project focused on domestic violence policy work and direct services. She is also an online editor of Stanford Law Review. Emma has interned at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office as a Fair and Just Prosecution Fellow, WilmerHale, and Equal Rights Advocates. She hopes to work on policy reform on behalf of survivors of trafficking and other gendered violence.