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Izzy Jensen

Izzy Jensen is a 3rd-year law student at Harvard Law School. She graduated from Duke University with a BA in Political Science and Computer Science in 2017. During law school, Izzy has interned at the ACLU’s Capital Punishment Project and the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office. She spent her 2L summer at Williams & Connolly.

Izzy is from Washington, DC and plans to return there after graduation. During her spare time, she enjoys attempting the NY Times Crossword, watching the Washington Nationals, and playing with her puppy.

With hundreds of restrictive voting proposals being introduced following the 2020 election, Brnovich could determine how we treat discriminatory laws in our judicial system.

A December 2020 decision from the EPA handed permit approval rights to the state of Florida, allowing the state to approve wetland projects without EPA review.  Environmental groups argue that this decision is disastrous for the environment.