Grayson Myers

Human Rights Scholar (2021-2022)
Human Rights Scholars (2021-2022)

Grayson Myers (B.S. 2017, Vanderbilt University; JD expected 2023) interned this past summer with the World Bank’s Legal Vice Presidency Unit. Before attending law school, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for 2 years in Namibia. As a Community Economic Development Volunteer, she taught Entrepreneurship, Computer, and English, and hosted financial literacy trainings, business plan competitions, and business planning workshops for her community. As an undergraduate, she interned with the U.S. State Department and Search for Common Ground, an international peace building nonprofit, and spent a semester abroad in Paris studying International Business. In law school, Grayson is an active participant in several pro-bono projects, a member of the Texas International Law Journal and on the Executive Boards for Texas Law Democrats and the Human Rights Law Society. After law school, Grayson hopes to pursue a career in international human rights.