Maura Reinbrecht is a third-year law student at USC Gould School of Law, where she is a Public Interest Scholar, a student attorney at the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC), and was a finalist of the Hale Moot Court Honors Program. For IHRC, Maura is coauthoring a report on the efficacy of sting operations in anti-trafficking enforcement. Maura received her undergraduate degree in Spanish and Global Liberal Studies from New York University. While at NYU, she studied abroad in Buenos Aires and Florence. Following graduation, Maura worked as a paralegal and later at a nonprofit in Mexico assisting Central American asylum-seekers. In law school, Maura spent her first-year summer interning at the New York Legal Aid Society in the Immigration Unit. This past summer, she worked as a summer associate at Sullivan & Cromwell in New York. Through the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest summer associate externship program, she also spent two weeks at MDRC, a nonprofit education and social policy research organization.
Mentor: Andrea Rojas, Polaris