What We Do
Alice Mutter is a 3L at AUWCL who plans on going into public interest law with a focus on gender-based violence, particularly issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. Originally from Brookline, Massachusetts, Alice completed her undergraduate degree at St. Mary’s College of Maryland where she earned her B.A. in Political Science with double minors in Anthropology and Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. Since coming to AUWCL, Alice has taken numerous courses with a gender focus, such as Sex-Based Discrimination and Feminist Jurisprudence. Alice is also involved in AUWCL’s public interest community and is a publications editor for the Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law.
Alice has also taken advantage of some of the incredible advocacy organizations in D.C., interning at Disability Rights D.C. doing disability rights work, at Amara Legal Center with sex trafficking survivors, at the Legal Aid Society of D.C. in the Domestic Violence Unit, and at Break the Cycle working on teen dating abuse and promoting healthy relationships. Currently, Alice is a student attorney for the Disability Rights Law Clinic where she is excited to explore the intersection of gender and disability.