Alix Hirsh

C.V. Starr Accountability Legal Fellow

As the C.V. Starr Accountability Legal Fellow, Alix Hirsh supports Human Rights First's efforts to hold human rights abusers and corrupt actors accountable through the imposition of targeted sanctions. In this role, she provides assistance to HRF's targeted sanctions coalition through researching, drafting, and editing sanctions recommendations that identify persons involved in serious human rights abuses and corruption; developing training and informational resources; and analyzing gaps in the use of targeted sanctions programs.

During law school, Alix interned at the Anti-Defamation League, Physicians for Human Rights, The Jacob Blaustein Institute and New York State Division of Human Rights. She also worked as a research assistant and participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition.

Alix received her J.D. from New York Law School. Prior to law school, Alix lived in Tel Aviv, Israel for five years where she earned a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from Tel Aviv University. While in Tel Aviv, Alix worked for a non-profit consultant.

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