Boston College Law School
Massachusetts Attorney’s Office
Prior to attending law school Ian Ramsey-North worked in the fields of international development and human rights advocacy. He has worked with community-based organizations in rural Guatemala, Mexico, and Uganda on education, sustainable development, migrants’ rights, and access to justice programs. He has also partnered with international coalitions to promote good governance, conflict resolution, and Indigenous Peoples’ land rights. Ramsey-North was a Law Fellow in the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE).
Last summer, he worked with the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program’s Crimmigration Clinic on impact litigation at the nexus of criminal and immigration law. He holds a Master of Theological Studies degree from Harvard Divinity School and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Haverford College, where he was awarded the Stephen H. Miller Memorial Award for Political Engagement. Ramsey-North will be working at the Massachusetts Attorney’s Office this summer.