Daniela Pedraza Moreno
Summer Legal Intern
Biography

Daniela Pedraza is a 2020 graduate from the LLM in International Legal Studies from NYU Law, where she was a Transitional Justice Scholar and a recipient of the Public Interest award. She also holds an LL.B. from Universidad del Rosario (Bogotá, Colombia), and a BA in international relations from the same university.

Daniela has engaged with international civil society organizations working on the protection and empowerment of vulnerable populations. Through her work at the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), she performed participatory research on the links between climate change and migration in the Dry Corridor of Central America and advocated for policy negotiations within UN processes from a gender perspective.

During her LLM studies, Daniela was granted the NY Women’s Bar Association Foundation Fellowship which allowed her to work with the organization Her Justice providing legal assistance to domestic violence survivors with their family and immigration cases. Furthermore, she worked with the Global Justice Clinic project on corporate accountability as a research assistance for Professor Ellie Happel. As a 2020 International Law and Human Rights Fellow/Summer Legal Intern, Daniela will spend the summer furthering the NYU Global Justice Clinic work on Aid accountability in Haiti and Climate Change advocacy in the Caribbean region.

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