About Alexandria Gutierrez ’13

Education: B.A., Political Science and Legal Studies, Northwestern University
Hometown: Ann Arbor, MI; Green Lake, WI
Activities & Interests: Public Interest Scholar; Section Representative, Jewish Law Student Association and Women’s Law Association; Art Law Society; Law Students for Reproductive Justice; Faculty Selection Committee

More about Alexandria
Alexandria attended Northwestern University, where she majored in Political Science and Legal Studies.  As an undergraduate, Alexandria was the president of College Feminists and wrote her thesis on the reproductive rights of incarcerated women.  After graduating in 2008, she worked as a paralegal for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, and then as the Immigrants’ Rights Project Assistant for the ACLU.  Alexandria has a penchant for taking very long walks.  Most notably, she once walked from SoHo to Park Slope (and back), stopping just once for a brisket sandwich.  Alexandria is one-third through reading “Time’s Top 100 Novels Since 1923,” an endeavor that has been suspended until 2013.

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