Julia Stern

Julia Stern
Legal Research Associate

Phone: 617-573-8292

[email protected]

Julia Stern (she/her) is a recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Her past experiences include working as a legal fellow for DNA-People’s Legal Services, the Ohio Innocence Project, and the Immigration and Refugee Law Center. Her interests include indigenous rights, international human rights, civil rights, disability and refugee law.

  • B.S., Psychology, magna cum laude, Bridgewater State University
  • J.D., University of Cincinnati College of Law


“Genocide in China: Uighur Re-education Camps and International Response”,Immigration and Human Rights Law Review: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 2.https://scholarship.law.uc.edu/ihrlr/vol3/iss1/2/

“Pipeline of Violence: The Oil Industry and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women,”Immigration and Human Rights Law Review Blog.https://bit.ly/3vt2qgt
“Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: Canada and Charges of Genocide”Immigration and Human Rights Law Review Blog.https://bit.ly/3yj5myn 

“Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: Ashley Loring Heavyrunner and Jurisdictional Inadequacies”Immigration and Human Rights Law Review Blog.https://bit.ly/38AitQG

“Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: The Colonizing Nature of Law,” Immigration and Human Rights Law Review Blog.https://bit.ly/3LquK8S
"Diverse but not too diverse": Social Identity, Oppression, and Resistance in Fan Culture.In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 178.https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/178