S. Priya Morley
Consultant, Global Justice Clinic
Biography

S. Priya Morley advises the Global Justice Clinic on the Caribbean Climate Justice project. Alongside this role, as an Arthur Helton Global Human Rights Fellow, she has been supervising a research project on the experiences of African and Haitian migrants in Mexico, including anti-Black racism and gender-based discrimination.

Priya holds an LLM in International Legal Studies from NYU, where she was a Vanderbilt Medalist, Transitional Justice Scholar, and Human Rights Scholar. After graduation, she worked in legal empowerment and migration with the Global Justice Clinic and Bernstein Institute for Human Rights, and as an International Law and Human Rights Fellow with the UN Team of Experts on Rule of Law and Sexual Violence in Conflict.

Priya previously worked in Toronto as a litigator and judicial law clerk. She also has experience working with civil society organizations in Canada, Kenya, Germany, and Mexico on women’s and children’s rights, sexual and gender-based violence, migration, and human rights education. She holds LLB and BCL (common law and civil law) degrees from McGill University and a BA in International Relations from the University of British Columbia.

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