Alice Viera
Technology and Human Rights Scholar

Alice Viera is a second-year JD candidate at NYU. Through her work as a Human Rights Scholar with the Digital Welfare State Project, Alice is investigating the environmental costs and subsequent human rights violations associated with the digitalization of government.


Before coming to law school, Alice attended Stanford University, where she majored in English and graduated with distinction in 2021. Since coming to law school, she has volunteered for Sanctuary for Families, assisting with the non-profit’s Uncontested Divorce Project, and the Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, conducting legal research in support of cases being heard before the New York Housing Court. She spent her 1L summer working as an International Law and Human Rights Fellow at the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At CELS, she researched the registration of abortion medications and restrictions on abortion providers around the world for the organization’s gender team. Currently, she serves as a Staff Editor for NYU’s Environmental Law Journal and Academic Chair for the Environmental Law Society.


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