Moriah Silver is currently a law clerk at the Victim Rights Law Center where she focuses on campus sexual assault and education cases. Moriah has worked in the field of sexual and domestic violence for eight years starting as a rape crisis counselor when she was only eighteen. Her career has included working with the White House, the DC Rape Crisis Center, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, and the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women. Moriah has developed experience working in areas of crisis services, reproductive health, hospital-based advocacy, campus sexual assault, as well as policy and legislative work at the federal and state level. Moriah will graduate in January of 2015 with a joint degree in law from the Northeastern University School of Law and a Masters in Public Health from Tufts University School of Medicine.