Genevieve Nadeau

Genevieve Nadeau


Genevieve Nadeau leads our team focused on securing accountability for abuses of power and violations of the rule of law, using a combination of strategic litigation, policy advocacy, and communications. She also leads policy development for the National Task Force on Election Crises and is a lecturer at Harvard Law School, where she co-teaches the Democracy and the Rule of Law clinic. Genevieve previously served at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where she held several leadership roles, including Chief of the Civil Rights Division; at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and in private practice. She is a graduate of UMass Amherst and Stanford Law School.

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