Jerusalem Hadush is a Paralegal in the Immigrants’ Rights Project. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs at Yale University in 2017. Since, Jerusalem has worked within refugee law and policy. A recipient of a Yale MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies fellowship, she worked at Talent Beyond Boundaries in Amman, Jordan, an organization advocating for labor mobility as an alternative pathway to traditional refugee resettlement. She then worked in the forced migration unit at the Legal Resources Centre in Cape Town, South Africa, supporting impact litigation challenging unlawful and inhumane government practices. Jerusalem has also taught seminars on refugee rights and legal frameworks for adjudicating asylum applications as an instructor for the Yale Young Global Scholars program in New Haven, CT and Beijing, China.