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Amy-Lee Goodman

Fellow_PublicPolicy_Headshot_lee Amy-Lee Headshot

Amy-Lee Goodman


Rappaport Center at Boston College Law School


Rappaport Law and Public Policy Fellow



The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy Fellows Program affords 12 law students from eight Massachusetts law schools the opportunity to work in a state or local government agency during the summer.

Law School
Boston College Law School

Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel

Project Description
Amy-Lee graduated with Honors from Wellesley College in 2010 where she received her B.A. in Political Science. She is the co-author of two non-fiction books on food and health policy, Rethink Food: 100+ Doctors Can’t Be Wrong and The Meaty Truth: Why Our Food is Destroying Our Health and Environment- and Who is Responsible. Prior to law school, Amy-Lee worked at the Brennan Center for Justice on a variety of national policy issues such as voting rights and mass incarceration and contributed research and writing to the book, The Fight To Vote by Michael Waldman. This summer she will be interning at the Governor’s Office of Legal Counsel.

“I am incredibly honored to be a Rappaport Fellow and am excited for the opportunity to engage with the policy leaders throughout Massachusetts to learn how to use my law degree to create a positive impact.” – Amy-Lee Goodman