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PSVF Fellow: Chloe Cotton (J.D. ’20)

Native American Rights Fund

Anchorage, AK

Chloe Cotton will spend her fellowship year at the Native American Rights Fund, working in the field of voting rights and redistricting. Her fellowship is also supported by the Berkeley Law Foundation. During law school, Chloe interned with Sonosky Chambers Sachse Miller & Monkman, the Campaign Legal Center, and the Center for Secure and Modern Elections. She served as an Editor of the Harvard Law Review and was on the boards of the HLS Alliance for Reproductive Justice and the Women’s Law Association. In addition to receiving her law degree, Chloe was a joint-degree student and earned a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. Before law school, she worked at the Denali Commission and for U.S. Senator Mark Begich. Chloe received her undergraduate degree from Claremont McKenna College.