Bridgette Dunlap Human Rights Fellow, Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School

Bridgette Dunlap is the Human Rights Fellow and an adjunct professor of law at the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham University School of Law and a Senior Legal Analyst at RH Reality Check She is a graduate of Fordham Law, where she was a Crowley Scholar in International Human Rights and the president of Fordham Law Students for Reproductive Justice. For her work to improve Fordham students’ access to contraception, the Student Bar Association awarded Bridgette the Eugene J. Keefe Memorial Award for outstanding contributions and service to the Fordham community.

During law school, Bridgette worked at Legal Aid of Cambodia in its Women's Justice Program and participated in Fordham's Federal Litigation Clinic, focusing on sex discrimination litigation. Prior to law school, Bridgette worked for Brooklyn Community Services and founded the Ateh Theater Group. Bridgette's paper, Protecting the Space to Be Unveiled: Why France's Full Veil Ban Does not Violate the European Convention on Human Rights is available in Volume 35, Issue 4 of the Fordham International Law Journal.