Mitzi Steiner

Mitzi Steiner

Associate World Fellow
Yale Law School

Mitzi is a rising third-year student at Yale Law School, where she serves as an Executive Editor on the Yale Journal of International Law and was Vice President of the National Security Group. She has worked as a foreign law clerk to the Supreme Court of Israel and as a fellow on the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Office of Senator Richard Blumenthal. Before law school, Mitzi served as scheduler and Executive Assistant to the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Ambassador Samantha Power. Prior to that, she served as a White House intern in the Office of the Chief of Staff. Mitzi graduated from Barnard College in 2012, where she majored in American Studies and Human Rights, and is completing an MA in Talmudic Studies. She will be clerking on the Second Circuit for Judge Robert Sack a year after graduation.

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