|Amy Egerton-Wiley, Co-Editor-in-Chief
Amy Egerton-Wiley started at Berkeley Law after working in a contemporary art gallery for 2 years. Before that, she graduated from Reed College with a degree in Chinese Literature and wrote a thesis on a modern Chinese novel. She enjoys music, art, theater, cooking, and reading radical and intersectional feminist scholarship.
|Francesca Schley, Co-Editor-in-Chief
|Tia Baheri, Managing Editor|
|Alexandra Sadler, Executive Editor
Ali enjoys editing and reading the scholarship of the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law, and Justice. She is particularly interested in the intersection of race, gender, and disability in the context of the education and criminal justice systems. Ali applies this intersectional and feminist lens to her work in the Education Advocacy Clinic at the East Bay Community Law Center. When she is not at the law school, Ali is often backpacking or training for her goal of running a marathon in her near future!
|Angela Lesnak, Executive Editor|
|Nicole Mauri, Submissions Editor
|Robin Wetherill, Submissions Editor
Robin is a third-year law student whose professional interests include poverty/economic/
|Ary Smith, Commentary & Recent Developments Editor
|Maureen Stutzman, Book Review Editor|
|Amis Pan, Productions Editor|
|Jane Kim, Productions Editor|
|Aarushi Mahajan, Events Editor|
|Lilith Siegel, Co-Symposium Editor
|Ari Jones, Co-Symposium Editor
Ari is a third-year law student focusing on immigration law and related social justice issues. You can find them studying in the journal office or enjoying the sunshine at Strawberry Canyon Pool. Ari is from Redwood City, CA and uses they/them pronouns.
|Hanne Jensen, Website Editor|
|Natalie Collins, and
|Abigail Burman, 1L Representative|
Raena Ferrer Calubaquib,
Maureen Stutzman, and