Join OPIA for a discussion with Wasserstein Fellow Tori Anderson as she shares her career path and insights into working as an attorney on Capitol Hill.
Tori Anderson is Counsel for the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform, where she works primarily on congressional investigations into the Executive Branch. Her work has included assisting with the impeachment inquiry and conducting oversight of issues related to the census, gun trafficking, and criminal justice reform. Prior to joining the Oversight Committee, Tori worked as a public defender for Metropolitan Public Defender Services in Portland, Oregon, first as a misdemeanor attorney with over 150 active misdemeanor cases then as a felony attorney with over 80 active felony cases. Tori received her B.A. from Stanford University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School.
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