Laura Sabia
Summer Legal Intern

Laura Sabia is a second-year law student at NYU School of Law. Over the summer, she will be working with the Global Justice Clinic on its project concerning human rights in Haiti’s emerging mining sector. Her graduate studies in Conflict Transformation at the Boston University School of Theology inspired her interest in human rights issues born form interfaith conflict. As a law student Laura is interested in human rights methodology reform and in promoting the use of dispute resolution skills among human rights legal professionals. She is a certified mediator in Massachusetts and worked in community mediation in Cambridge before beginning her legal studies. At NYU Law, she is the Co-President of the Domestic Violence Advocacy Project, the Co-President of the NYU Law Chapter of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, and the Co-Chair of Wholeness on the NYU Law Women board. She will be participating in the Global Justice Clinic and joining the Environmental Law Journal as a second-year student. She holds a Masters of Divinity summa cum laude from Boston University and a B.A. summa cum laude in English and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies from Tufts University.


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