Taylor Ackerman
Summer Legal Intern
Biography

Taylor Ackerman is a rising second-year JD student at NYU Law. She is primarily interested in international justice, transitional justice, atrocity prevention, immigration issues, and economic and social rights. She is president of NYU’s Domestic Violence Advocacy Project, co-president of the Midwest Law Society, treasurer for Research, Education, and Advocacy to Combat Homelessness (REACH), and event coordinator for the International Arbitration Society.  At CHRGJ, she is assisting Professor de Greiff with research on civilian oversight mechanisms for militaries.

Taylor obtained her master’s degree in global affairs, with a concentration in international law and human rights, from NYU’s Center for Global Affairs. Her thesis focused on the political and legal viability of accountability mechanisms for the Syrian conflict. She previously completed internships with Parliamentarians for Global Action, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, the American NGO Coalition for the International Criminal Court, and the Peace Palace Library.

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