Hailey Flynn, Legal Fellow


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Hailey joined the Center in 2017 and assists with all aspects of the Center’s U.S. litigation. She first worked at the Center as a legal intern in the Global Legal Program in 2015.
Hailey came from HIPS, where she was a Georgetown Women’s Law & Public Policy Fellow focused on advocating for progressive drug policies and sex workers’ rights in the District of Columbia. Previously, she interned at the Open Society Foundations Public Health Program and the Global Justice Center. Prior to law school, Hailey was a Princeton in Asia Fellow with AIP Foundation in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and was a Program Assistant in the Public Health Program at the Open Society Foundations. 
Hailey received her Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law, where she was a Crowley Scholar for International Law & Justice and a Stein Scholar for Public Interest. She participated in human rights documentation trips in Haiti, Thailand, and Myanmar, developed and delivered training on human rights violations against sex workers in Uganda and Mauritius, and was President of Fordham’s chapter of Law Students for Reproductive Justice. She was also a Notes & Articles Editor for the Fordham International Law Journal where she published her Note, A Postal Code Lottery: Unequal Access to Abortion Services in the United States and Northern Ireland. Hailey received her B.S. in Foreign Service at Georgetown University.