Chief Counsel for Voting Rights
The Andrew Goodman Foundation
Yael Bromberg is Chief Counsel for Voting Rights (Outside Counsel) at The Andrew Goodman Foundation. Yael is a constitutional rights attorney with fifteen years of experience in community organizing, advocacy, and campaigns. Formerly, she served as a supervising attorney and teaching fellow at Georgetown University Law Center’s Civil Rights Clinic and Voting Rights Institute, where she received an L.L.M. in Advocacy with distinction. She previously worked in the Washington, D.C. headquarters of Common Cause, and clerked for the late Honorable Dickinson R. Debevoise in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Yael is a graduate of Rutgers Law, where she was a Kinoy/Stavis Fellow in the Rutgers Constitutional Litigation Clinic, an Ella Baker Fellow with the Center for Constitutional Rights, and received upon graduation the Eli Jarmel Memorial Award for greatest interest and proficiency in public interest law. In 2015, she received the Eric Neisser Public Service Alumni Award in recognition of her work in democracy law. Yael is barred in New York, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia. Yael is presently outside counsel to The Andrew Goodman Foundation and is Principal of Bromberg Law LLC.