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With a passion for international law and a knack for entrepreneurial corporate law, Vijaya Gadde ’00 joined Twitter during the Arab Spring and the Twitter Revolution; she became general counsel just weeks before the company's IPO. 
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Back to School

After testifying in Vergara v. California as a 3L, Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar Nicholas Melvoin '14 is now director of policy, communications, and legal counsel of Great Public Schools: Los Angeles. 
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Out Front

Christine Sun '98, a regional staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union’s Immigrants’ Rights Project, was named as OUTLaw's 2014 Alumnus of the Year.
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Consumer Guardian

 Law Women's 2014 Alumna of the year, Julie Brill '85, zealously protects the American public as Federal Trade Commissioner, a role she has held since being appointed in 2010. 
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Q&A: Access to Justice

New York Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman '68, who has been a passionate advocate for civil legal services and equal access to justice, sits down to discuss the subject of his 2014 Justive William J. Brennan Jr. Lecture on State Courts and Social Justice, "The Judiciary as the Leader of the Access to Justice Revolution." 
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Taking the Inside Track

As executive vice president and deputy general counsel, Susan Weiner '79 particularly enjoys working with journalists to protect newsgathering.
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Featured Alumna

Margaret Middleton '07, executive director of the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center, examines the intersection of legal aid and mental health. Read more

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