Ana Vohryzek is a clinical fellow and supervising attorney at the Berkeley Law Environmental Law Clinic. The Clinic engages students in policymaking, litigation and legislation related to local and global environmental issues. Ana plans to focus on issues at the intersection of development, environmental protection and social justice, like the human right to potable water. She also has a particular interest in innovative community-based solutions that permit individuals to support each other in protecting their local environment.
Before joining the Clinic, Ana worked as counsel on international treaty disputes, and coached the Harvard Law School Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration moot team. She currently advises organizations and governments seeking to harmonize international investment law with human rights and environmental regulation. Ana has also worked on immigration, criminal defense and civil rights cases, micro-enterprise development for immigrant women, green energy project finance, community economic development, and most recently, sustainable cooperative housing for homeless veterans where she served as interim Executive Director.
J.D., Yale Law School
B.A., UC Berkeley