Executive Submissions Editor
Bridget Roddy is a 3L at DePaul University and currently serves as Executive Submissions Editor for the Center for Public Interest Law’s Journal for Social Justice. Bridget is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, where she studied Journalism and Promotional Communications at Cleveland State University. After undergrad, she spent time in several US cities working with artists and nonprofits helping to develop marketing and fundraising campaigns.
In Law School, she is pursuing a certificate in Art and Museum Law as well as an International and European Business Law LLM from the University of Pontifical Comillas in Madrid, Spain. She has had the opportunity to work with many organizations while in school, including with the Antiquities Coalition in Washington, DC where she acted as a research assistant on a white paper concerning illicit money laundering within the global art market. She also participated in a fellowship hosted by Harvard Law’s People’s Parity Project where she worked on researching policy initiatives for police defunding projects and the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
After law school, Bridget hopes to continue to work on international policy issues. Bridget would also like to encourage anyone considering submitting their written work relating to human rights, social justice, and gender rights issues to do so as soon as possible. She looks forward to working with you!