Alumni in Residence with Amanda Goad JD’05 of the ACLU of Southern California
Wednesday, November 16, 2022 from 2-4 p.m. ET
The Alumni in Residence program connects current HLS students with accomplished HLS alumni for one-on-one career mentoring and advice. You’re invited to meet with Amanda Goad JD’05 during her virtual office hours. Sign up for a 20-minute Zoom appointment.
Amanda Goad JD’05
Amanda is the Audrey Irmas Director of the LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project at the ACLU of Southern California. She fights for the rights and civil liberties of LGBTQ people through litigation and policy advocacy.
Amanda was previously senior staff attorney at ACLU SoCal and a staff attorney in the LGBT & HIV Project of the National ACLU, where she contributed to litigation victories involving marriage equality, domestic partner benefits, and the rights of people living with HIV in prison. Amanda also served as Director of Litigation at Inner City Law Center in Los Angeles, as Senior Counsel in the New York City Law Department, and as Legal Coordinator for a group providing pro bono name change assistance to transgender New Yorkers.
Amanda is an alum of Harvard Law School and Rice University. She is also a former member of the Board of Directors of Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network.
View our calendar for upcoming AIR events and more information on visiting alumni. Students must reserve appointments in advance, and space is limited.
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