Kelsey McGregor (she/her) is the 2022 WilmerHale Pickering Fellow, working as a Senior Supervising Attorney with the IHRC for six months.  McGregor is Counsel at WilmerHale, where she focuses her practice on a variety of complex, high-stakes investigations and government enforcement actions.  She has maintained an active human rights pro bono practice while at the firm, including a successful labor trafficking civil lawsuit, and representing the IHRC in their preparation of the groundbreaking 2021 report examining the efficacy of U.S. anti-sex trafficking law enforcement operations, “Over-Policing Sex Trafficking: How Law Enforcement Should Reform Operations.” Before joining the firm, McGregor worked as a legal intern with the Appeals Chambers of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, as well as the Human Rights & Special Prosecutions Section of the U.S. Department of Justice.  As a law student, she also worked in the IHRC and completed an internship with the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons Unit at the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime in Vienna, Austria.  Prior to law school, she completed her Master of Public Health, including thesis research on the social determinants of human trafficking while working at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.  McGregor is grateful to be back at the IHRC through February 2023, working with beloved colleagues and talented students on some of the pressing human rights issues that first inspired her to pursue law school.