Julia Udell

Litigation Support Fellow

Julia is a Litigation Support Fellow at Civil Rights Corps, where she works on projects challenging money bail, prosecutorial misconduct, and the exploitation of incarcerated people and their loved ones.  

Julia has interned previously as an investigator for the Bronx Defenders, contributed to research and advocacy for the Brennan Center for Justice, and supported civil rights litigation with Neufeld Scheck & Brustin. In her work with Columbia Law’s Initiative for a Just Society, she assisted with death penalty and life without parole litigation, including by conducting an empirical study on procedural injustices in the federal courts. 

Julia has a master’s in Criminology from Oxford and a bachelor’s in History from Columbia. She is a Harry S. Truman Scholar and a Euretta J. Kellett Fellow.