Rachel Landry Vice President & Advocacy Chair

Rachel is a 2L at Harvard Law School and Vice President and Advocacy Chair of the Animal Law Society. Prior to law school, Rachel spent nearly four years fighting for more inclusive and just policies for refugees and immigrants at a humanitarian organization in Washington, DC. She earned her master’s degree in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies at the University of Oxford and a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the George Washington University. Rachel is particularly interested in the intersection of migrant and animal rights in the meatpacking industry. She enjoys plant-based cooking and spending time with her rescue cats, Valentina and Harissa.

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