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Dominique Day has two decades of experience as a justice advocate in the United States and internationally. Her research, teaching, and access to justice work take her all over the world and she was appointed to the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent in 2018. Dominique has worked as a public defender, a class action litigator, a policy analyst, and a nonprofit leader on issues of human rights and civil rights, criminal justice, racial justice, consumer protection, and more. Dominique’s work also includes legal counsel and assistance, individual and organizational advising, and strategy. She teaches and guest lectures on issues of human rights, civil rights, race, sexual orientation and gender identity, women's access and equality, and a wide range of rule of law and access to justice issues. Dominique attended Harvard College and Stanford Law School and lives in New York City. Her work is characterized by a fierce belief in communities’ potential and a commitment to promoting strong rule of law and an inclusive access to justice.