Udodilim Nnamdi attends Columbia Law School, where she participates in the Human Rights Advocates Program, European Law Moot Court and Columbia’s Society for International Law. She is also the Co-President for RightsLink, the human rights organization at Columbia and a Staff Editor for the Columbia University Human Rights Law Review. U.d. obtained her B.A., magna cum laude, from Howard University. While at Howard, she was the Vice Secretary General for the Society for Future Diplomats and South Africa Research Fellow for the Young Africana Leadership Initiative. U.d. has interned for the RFK Center for Justice & Human Rights, Council on Foreign Relations, and the US Department of Justice. Prior to law school, she was a Program Associate at the Wallace Global Fund, where her time was dedicated to grant making in support of women’s rights and preventing violence against girls. U.d. has spent her 1L summer working for the United Nations Mandate on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and conducting research on African women, peace, and security issues for Columbia University’s Earth Institute.