Talia K. Rothstein is the Law and Organizing Fellow with the LPE Project and a Postdoctoral Associate at Yale Law School. At the Project, Talia works to center movements and organizing in law school and the legal academy, focusing on providing political education for law students and supporting their engagement with organizing as a tool for power building and transformative change. Talia also works to connect LPE scholars and organizers and activists on the ground.
Talia holds a J.D. from Yale Law School, where they represented immigrant workers as part of the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic and worked as a research assistant for the NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project. Prior to law school, Talia worked as a dance artist in Melbourne, Australia and co-coordinated the fossil fuel divestment movement at Harvard.