Jennifer Li is a staff attorney and adjunct professor with the Harrison Institute for Public Law, where she teaches in the Policy Clinic and leads work in climate adaptation, community development, and human rights. Her recent publications include a treatise chapter on local government and climate adaptation in The Law of Environmental Protection (Environmental Law Institute, 2021), as well as collaborations with the Georgetown Climate Center focusing on equitable adaptation and resilient affordable housing. Before coming to Georgetown, Jennifer was a Fulbright scholar based in New Delhi, where she researched climate policy and taught international human rights at Jindal Global Law School. In law school, she was a Crowley Scholar in International Human Rights and conducted extensive fieldwork in South and Southeast Asia. She began her career at the criminal defense firm of Brafman & Associates in New York. Jennifer received her LLM from Georgetown, JD from Fordham Law School, and BA from New York University.