Camila Bustos (@MaCamilaBustos) is a Clinical Supervisor in human rights practice at the University Network for Human Rights and a Visiting Assistant Professor of Human Rights at Trinity College. She worked at Colombian-based NGO Dejusticia, where she focused on climate change displacement, business and human rights, and constraints on civil society around the world. During law school, she worked at the Center for Climate Integrity, the Climate Litigation Network, and EarthRights International. Camila also co-founded Law Students for Climate Accountability, a national law student-led movement pushing the legal industry to phase out fossil fuel representation and support a just, livable future. After law school, she served as a term law clerk to Justice Steven D. Ecker of the Connecticut Supreme Court. Camila has worked as an independent consultant for the International Refugee Assistance Project in the Climate Displacement Program. She holds a BA in Environmental Studies and International Relations from Brown University and a JD from Yale Law School.