Eva de Charleroy is Legislative Counsel at the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts.
Prior to starting, she worked for Sen. Brendan Crighton as his Legislative Director. In that office, she supported efforts to advance juvenile justice reforms (such as "Raise the Age" legislation) and worked to enact one of ACLUM’s top legislative priorities last session, the Work & Family Mobility Act.
Eva is a graduate of Syracuse University, and New England Law | Boston, where she earned certificates in Criminal Practice & Procedure, as well as Immigration Law, while serving as the President of the Student Bar Association.
Eva interned with CPCS in the Roxbury Public Defenders Unit, in the Appellate Unit of the Children and Family Law Division, and as an Immigration Law research assistant. She also interned with Greater Boston Legal Services in their Immigration Unit, with the MA Attorney General’s office in the Fair Labor Division, and with the office of State Representative Joan Meschino.
Prior to law school, Eva volunteered on political campaigns and at the ACLU-M, where she discovered a love for legislative advocacy and policy.