Yael Bromberg is the Chief Counsel and Strategic Advisor for The Andrew Goodman Foundation (outside counsel), and Principal of Bromberg Law LLC. Bromberg has litigated in state and federal courts across the country.
She serves as a Lecturer at Rutgers Law School, where she teaches Election Law & the Political Process, and is a Visiting Associate with the Eagleton Institute of Politics. She currently works with the Harvard Kennedy School's William Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice on a youth voting rights project, and serves on the advisory council for American Promise, an organization dedicated to ending big money in our political system. She previously worked in the Washington, D.C. headquarters of Common Cause, and taught and supervised litigation in Georgetown University Law Center’s Civil Rights Clinic and Voting Rights Institute.
Her prior experiences include a clerkship with the Honorable Dickinson R. Debevoise in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. Bromberg is a graduate of Douglass College and Rutgers School of Law-Newark, where she served as a Kinoy/Stavis Fellow in the Rutgers Constitutional Rights Clinic and received upon graduation the Eli Jarmel Memorial Award for greatest interest and proficiency in public interest law. In 2015, she received the Eric Neisser Public Service Alumni Award in recognition of her work in democracy law, and is the youngest recipient of the award.
Bromberg’s scholarship, “Youth Voting Rights and the Unfulfilled Promise of the Twenty-Sixth Amendment,” was recently published in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law.
Bromberg is barred in New Jersey, New York, and the District of Columbia.