Caitlin Callahan
Dale and James J. Pinto Fellow
Caitlin Callahan

Caitlin Callahan joins Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights as the Pinto Fellow after graduating from Georgetown University Law Center, where she focused her studies on both domestic and international human rights issues, including immigration and criminal justice reform, health equity, and women's rights.

While at Georgetown, Caitlin served as a Student Legal Representative in the Appellate Litigation Clinic, a Research Assistant for the O'Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law, and as a Student Researcher and Author of a human rights fact-finding report documenting discrimination faced by undocumented students in accessing public education in the United States. She has also interned at the National Women's Law Center, Human Rights Watch, the Department of Justice, and the Senate Judiciary Committee. Prior to law school, Caitlin worked in the domestic and international public health arena, including as a Global Health Corps Fellow.