Paulina Perlin is a J.D. student at Yale Law School interested in the intersection of human rights, constitutional protections, and national security. She is currently a Knight Law and Media Scholar, a Herbert Hansell Fellow at the Yale Center for Global Legal Challenges, and co-director of the Lowenstein Project for Human Rights. Last summer, Paulina worked at the UN OHCHR implementing Colombia’s peace accord with the FARC. Prior to law school, she taught political science at NYU Abu Dhabi as a Global Academic Fellow. Paulina received a B.A. in Mathematics and Political Science in 2015 from Wellesley College, where she was also selected as a Fulbright scholar to Russia.