Julie Wilson (BA 2014, Tufts University; JD expected 2019) interned with NYU Law’s Center for Human Rights and Global Justice and the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division in summer 2017. At CHRGJ, Julie worked with the Global Justice Clinic, which currently focuses on helping developing countries retain natural resource rights against corporations that engage in destructive mining practices. Previously, Julie interned with Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch, where she researched trade practices and policy and their impact on labor and environmental issues. As an undergrad, Julie studied international relations with a focus on decolonization theory. At Texas Law, Julie is President of the Human Rights Law Society, on the board of Texas Law Fellowships, and an associate of the Texas International Law Journal. After graduation, Julie hopes to work in international human rights law.