Beatrice Walton is a third-year student at Yale Law School, where she is a Herbert J. Hansell Student Fellow in international law and foreign relations at the Center for Global Legal Challenges and a member of the Yale Law Journal. She is interested in public and private international law, civil liberties and detention issues, international criminal law, conflict resolution and transitional justice, refugee law, indigenous rights, and development. She has been a member of the Rule of Law, Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights, and Media Freedom and Information Access clinics. Prior to law school, Beatrice graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College with an A.B. in government, a secondary field in Russia, Eastern Europe & Central Asia studies, and a language citation in advanced Russian. She also earned a M.Phil. in international relations & politics, with distinction, from the University of Cambridge, where her research focused on political science studies of human rights and Russian approaches to international law.