Seneca Falls Fellow
Adrienne Spiegel is Public Justice’s Seneca Falls Fellow, based in the Oakland office. She focuses on enabling access to justice for victims of state violence, in part by seeking to dismantle qualified immunity. Before law school, Adrienne worked as a paralegal for the ACLU’s LGBT & HIV Project and served on the board of the New York Abortion Access Fund. During law school, she researched labor and employment issues, participated in the Crimmigration Clinic, and served as a teaching fellow for Criminal Procedure. In her free time, she cooks and rock climbs. Adrienne earned her B.A. in Philosophy from Yale College and her J.D. from Harvard Law School.