Aliza Shatzman is the president and co-founder of the Legal Accountability Project. She often writes about judicial accountability, and her work has been published in the UCLA Journal of Gender & Law, the N.Y.U. Journal of Legislation & Public Policy and Slate.
The president and co-founder of the Legal Accountability Project focuses on helping law clerks have positive experiences.
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