Aurora Bewicke has ten years’ experience practicing public interest law and managing legal non-profits in the US and abroad. She received her B.A. with honors from St. John Fisher College (1999), her J.D. with honors from New England School of Law (2006) and her Masters with distinction in International Human Rights Law from the University of Oxford (2012).
A licensed attorney in the State of California and Washington, DC, she has also appeared before the Kosovo Property Claims Commission, the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, as well as conducted research for the Office of the Prosecutor for the Special Court for Sierra Leone. She currently serves as the China Director for International Bridges to Justice and splits her time between China and San Diego, California.
She is dedicated to improving access to justice, public interest law, and legal awareness both locally and globally.