Rebecca Krumholz joined the ACLU of Massachusetts as a Legal Fellow in November 2020. Her work focuses on legal and legislative efforts related to the decriminalization of poverty and advancement of immigrants’ rights.
Previously, Rebecca was an intern at the ACLU at Massachusetts. She was also a judicial intern for the Honorable Allison D. Burroughs at the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Rebecca graduated magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 2020. During law school, she participated in the Compassionate Release Practicum where she advocated for medical parole on behalf of terminally ill incarcerated clients. Rebecca was also a member of the Legislative Policy and Drafting Clinic where she supported the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities. In March 2020, her Note, Reimagining NIFLA v. Becerra: Abortion Protective Implications for First Amendment Challenges to Informed Consent Requirements was published in the Boston University Law Review.
Rebecca has a B.A. in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Yale University.