Grace Li

Paralegal CLF Massachusetts

Grace Li is a paralegal supporting the Strategic Litigation team. She is a native Bostonian who recently graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in International Relations and a B.S. in Communication. During her senior year at BU, Grace wrote an honors thesis on environmentally driven migration from North Africa to Europe. She analyzed how the European Union can build upon existing sustainable development projects and legal pathways to tackle the refugee crisis as climate change progresses. Grace also served as the Director of Environmental Affairs for the BU Student Government.

Grace most recently worked at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment. She also interned at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and at the United Nations Association of Greater Boston.

In her spare time, Grace enjoys running, hiking, dancing, and spending time with her dog, Annie.


Recent Posts

Video: Why We’re Holding Shell Oil Accountable for Its Climate Change Impacts
Perched on the edge of the Providence River, Shell Oil’s storage facility is a disaster waiting to happen. Built on filled land at sea level, the facility sits directly in harm’s way as climate change impacts worsen. Despite knowing these risks, Shell Oil has failed to prepare its facility for climate change. CLF’s Case against…

 

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