Stacy Livingston

Law Student Intern


Stacy is a Summer Law Clerk at Public Citizen Litigation Group. Her primary interests are access to justice, particularly for pro se litigants, employment law, consumer protection, and the First Amendment.

Stacy is a 3L at Harvard Law School, where she is a legal research and writing teaching fellow and the Vice President of the Ames Moot Court Competition for the Board of Student Advisers. During law school, Stacy has worked as a teaching assistant for civil procedure, a judicial intern in federal district court, and a consumer debt research assistant for the Harvard Access to Justice Lab. She also serves as an Executive Technical Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.

Prior to Public Citizen, Stacy spent half of her first-year summer interning at the Legal Aid Society’s Special Litigation Unit, where she focused on police misconduct and constitutional violations in New York prisons. She spent the second half of her summer at the SDNY’s Pro Se Litigation Clinic, providing limited scope legal assistance to people who could not afford lawyers for their federal cases—most often civil rights cases.

Stacy earned her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Dartmouth College.