Beth Brownstein graduated from George Washington University in 2020 with a B.A. in international affairs concentrated in comparative political, social, and economic systems, and with a minor in economics. During her time at GW, Beth worked on Capitol Hill and for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Affairs Division where her work focused on trade policy and economic trends in the Western Hemisphere. After college, Beth spent two years at the Federal Association for Insurance Reform, a non-profit consumer advocacy group and trade association focused on developing sustainable public policy in flood and general property insurance markets.
At law school, Beth hopes to grow her interdisciplinary knowledge while specializing in international trade law. She is especially interested in the ways various trade regimes impact different groups and how trade can be a force for global inclusivity and sustainable development.