Josilyn Sacks is a senior associate working across teams at The Raben Group, where she brings an analytical mind and commitment to creativity to clients and projects.
Prior to joining Raben, Josilyn worked on solutions-oriented approaches to human rights issues. In this work, she has briefed members of the UN Committee Against Torture on gender-based violence, the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances on the temporality of their mandate. She also drafted a field note for a Ugandan NGO on transitional justice. She has provided legal support to individuals facing the dual-problem of homelessness and intimate partner violence in Atlanta, Georgia.
Josilyn is a proud graduate of Brandeis University, where she studied art history. She then went on to earn her JD from The University of Iowa where she was executive editor of the Journal of Corporation Law. She also holds an LLM from Emory University, where she focused on international human rights.
Josilyn first came to The Raben Group as a Legal Intern, where she worked on issue campaigns. To round out her days, Josilyn enjoys baking, watching documentaries, and practicing yoga.