Kirsten Brown, Notes Editor
Kirsten moved to Charlottesville from Bloomington, Indiana. She graduated with a degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. During her time at Indiana University, Kirsten worked with students in Newark, NJ, and Kinigi, Rwanda, to supply books to Rwandan schools as part of the Books and Beyond Project. She also spent a year abroad studying International Relations at Oxford University, where she began work on her thesis, The Role of Mediation in Norther Ireland’s Troubles, which she later presented at Indiana University. At UVA Law, Kirsten is Managing Editor of Notes Development for VJIL and Co-president of the Virginia Animal Law Society. She also gained first-hand experience in environmental advocacy through the Environmental and Regulatory Law Clinic. In her free time, Kirsten enjoys playing with any and all animals, cooking, and writing short story cycles.
Contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org