Jessica Boulet

Jessica Boulet, Legal Fellow for Europe

Jessica joined the Center in 2016 as a fellow for Europe in the Global Legal Program. She provides research and policy analysis support for the Center’s litigation and advocacy efforts in Europe. Her work supports Center engagement with United Nations and European regional human rights mechanisms, as well as local partner organizations, in support of reproductive health rights.

Jessica graduated from New York University School of Law in 2016, where she worked in several policy advocacy clinics focusing on international and EU law and human rights. With NYU's Global Justice Clinic, Jessica researched the effects of international tax policies on women's social and economic rights globally; she also worked with the NYU-HEC clinic in Paris on treaty interpretation and EU consumer rights law. Jessica has also conducted research and analysis for several constitutional drafting processes in states transitioning from conflict with the Center for Constitutional Transitions and International IDEA. Prior to law school, Jessica conducted research in Jordan and co-authored a United Nations study on gender-based violence and early marriage within Syrian refugee communities.

Jessica received her B.A. from Georgetown University in English and Arabic, with a minor in French. She is proficient in Arabic, French and Spanish.