Sarah St.Vincent (@SarahStV_HRW) is a researcher and advocate on national security, surveillance, and domestic law enforcement for the US Program at Human Rights Watch. Before joining that organization, she worked as a legal fellow on international human rights and surveillance at the Center for Democracy & Technology, where she promoted reforms to the surveillance laws and policies of the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, France, and European Union. She has also served as a Skadden Fellow at the Advice on Individual Rights in Europe (AIRE) Centre in London, where she provided advice to vulnerable immigrant women under EU law and the European Convention on Human Rights, and as a short-term clerk (university trainee) for two judges at the International Court of Justice.
St.Vincent holds a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, a master’s degree in East Asian studies from Harvard University, and a B.A. from Swarthmore College.