Rebecca Gore

Rebecca
Gore

Legal Fellow at Waging Justice for Women

Rebecca is a Legal Fellow with the Clooney Foundation for Justice’s Waging Justice for Women Initiative. Prior to joining CFJ, Rebecca was the legal researcher for the Inspecting Judge of the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services in South Africa, Justice Edwin Cameron, and a law clerk at the Constitutional Court of South Africa in the Chambers of Justices Edwin Cameron, Nonkosi Mhlantla, and Steven Majiedt. She has interned for The Presidency of the International Criminal Court in The Hague and various public interest organizations in South Africa. Rebecca completed her Master of Laws at Harvard Law School, where she was an advanced clinical student at the International Human Rights Clinic and a project leader for Advocates for Human Rights. Rebecca has co-authored book chapters on the rights of incarcerated and detained persons as well as women’s rights and religious divorces. Rebecca also holds a Bachelor of Laws degree, a Postgraduate Honours degree in Justice and Transformation, and a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

Rebecca Gore

Prior to joining CFJ, Rebecca was the legal researcher for the Inspecting Judge of the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services in South Africa, Justice Edwin Cameron, and a law clerk at the Constitutional Court of South Africa in the Chambers of Justices Edwin Cameron, Nonkosi Mhlantla, and Steven Majiedt.