Law and Policy Analyst
DeAnna Baumle is a Law and Policy Analyst in the Policy Surveillance Program at the Center for Public Health Law Research. She is responsible for researching, creating, and maintaining legal datasets across emerging public health topics.
Prior to joining the Center, DeAnna was a law clerk at the Staff Attorney’s Office in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In that role, she worked on pro se appeals and substantive motions involving a wide variety of issues, including constitutional law, employment discrimination, habeas corpus, and the rights of people who are incarcerated. While in law school, she interned with and volunteered for several advocacy organizations and projects, including Proyecto Dilley, the ACLU, the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice, the National Institute for Reproductive Health, and Day One.
DeAnna received her JD from Fordham Law School, where she was a member of the Stein Scholars Program for the Public Interest. She also holds an MSW in Community-Based Practice and Leadership from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service and a BA in English and Psychology from Boston University.