Shaelyn Gambino Morrison
Areas of Practice
Shaelyn has a background in a variety of litigation areas. After working as a paralegal for federal criminal defense attorneys, she attended Boston University School of Law where she focused on international human rights and public interest law. While attending law school, Shaelyn was a member of the Public Interest Law Journal, interned with the New York Innocence Project, and worked as a research assistant on Antitrust and European law topics.
Shaelyn also completed a fellowship with the Harvard Defenders and spent her final semester of law school in Berlin as a legal trainee with the Business and Human Rights program of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights. While in Berlin, Shaelyn assisted with the filing of civil and criminal cases against corporate and government actors in French and German courts.