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Amanda Zerbe

Early Career Climate Law Fellow
Amanda Zerbe (she/her) joined Stanford Law School as an Early Career Climate Law Fellow in March 2023, where she works closely with the Climate and Energy Policy Program and the Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program. She previously worked as a Legal Fellow at the Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law.

Amanda graduated in 2021 from Stanford Law School with a joint M.S. degree from the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) at Stanford University, where she was a Knight-Hennessy Scholar. During law school, she interned at Earthjustice and at the California Air Resources Board.

Prior to law school, Amanda facilitated projects related to big data for development and climate action at the United Nations Global Pulse as a John Gardner Public Service Fellow. She also worked at the Flora Family Foundation. She holds bachelors’ degrees with distinction from Stanford University.


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