Graduate School Student
Talia is a third-year JD student with research interests in constitutional history, critical theory, and federal Indian law. They work as a student attorney in the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic and have served as an Articles Editor on the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. Talia also maintains an interdisciplinary art practice and worked as a dance artist in Melbourne, Australia before coming to Yale. They hold an A.B. in Latin American History and Literature from Harvard, with a secondary in African American Studies. As a Graduate Writing Lab Fellow, they look forward to working with law students as well as graduate students in the humanities and social sciences from across the university.