Ashley Miller is a 2L at NYU School of Law and a member of the school’s Global Justice Clinic. Long interested in education provision as a human right, during university she helped the organization No Lost Generation find strategies to provide education to Syrian children affected by the refugee crisis. Her senior thesis focused on the detrimental effect of U.S. counterterrorism foreign policy on the provision of education to women in South Asia. At NYU, she was an International Law and Human Rights Fellow, working in Buenos Aires at the Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales. Her work focused on researching ongoing crimes against humanity cases arising out of the military dictatorship of the 1970s-1980s. This research included work on the criminal case arising out of “Plan Cóndor,” the conspiracy among South American dictators to coordinate in disappearing dissidents. She will be a Commentary Editor for the Journal of International Law and Politics in the upcoming school year.