Naomi Jennings Co-President

Naomi is a rising 3L from Calgary, Canada. She majored in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology at the University of California Los Angeles. There, she researched plant-growth promoting bacteria as an alternative to nitrogen-based fertilizer, and the risks faced by workers and communities due to animal agriculture-related antibiotic resistance. This research inspired her application to law school and sparked her interest in food system justice for humans and non-human animals. During her time in law school, Naomi has enjoyed working with the Animal Law & Policy Program as a research assistant, clinical student, and member of the Animal Law Society. When not watching gymnastics or dabbling in vegan baking, she serves as the co-chair for the Mississippi Delta Project, as a technical editor for the Harvard Environmental Law Review, and as a student attorney with the Prison Legal Assistance Project.