Sachiko is a 3L at the University of San Francisco School of Law. She is a USF Public Interest Law Foundation board member, a Senior Staffer for the USF Law Review, and is actively involved with the Environmental Law Student and Alumni Society. Most recently, she was an intern for the San Francisco City Attorney's Office Complex & Alternative Litigation Team. She interned for the Honorable Jon B. Streeter of the First District Court of Appeal during her 1L summer. She is particularly interested in learning about sustainable agricultural water management practices and water rights reform. She enjoys cooking, playing soccer, watching movies, and hiking in her free time.
Grace is a 2L at the University of San Francisco School of Law. She currently serves on the board of the USF Environmental Law Student and Alumni Society and as a Co-President of the Women's Law Association. Grace obtained a B.S. in Society & Environment from UC Berkeley in 2021 and she is passionate about environmental and climate justice. Most recently, Grace externed in the California Court of Appeal, Sixth Appellate District. In her free time, she enjoys open water swimming, yoga, and reading fiction.
Annie is a 2L at the University of San Francisco School of Law. Annie externed with the Public Utilities Team at the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office. She is a Junior Staffer for the USF Law Review and a board member for the Environmental Law Society and the Public Interest Law Foundation. During her 1L summer, she interned at Legal Aid of Sonoma County with the domestic violence team, and was a Research Assistant for USF's Professor Kaswan. Before law school, she worked on international environmental issues for the Spanish Delegation to the United Nations. Annie got her B.A.s in Environmental Studies and Politics from UC Santa Cruz. An outdoor enthusiast and long-time rock climber, she is passionate about providing balanced and sustainable environmental policies for all.
Adrian is a 2L at the University of San Francisco School of Law. Adrian aspires to practice environmental law with a focus on environmental justice. His strong interest in addressing environmental justice issues stems from growing up in both the Bay Area and the Central Valley. Being a part of the Water Law Symposium inspires him to continue being an advocate in both the community and the legal field!