Oluwadamilola Animashaun earned his Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law in May 2021. During his law school tenure, he served as a member of the Huver I. Brown Trial Advocacy Team. He also served as an intern and advocate for several institutions, including the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland (ACLU-MD), the District of Columbia Public Defender Service (PDS), and the Public Employee Relations Board of the District of Columbia (PERB). After graduating from law school, he worked as a Research and Policy Fellow at the Stanford Law School's Center for Racial Justice, extending, and supporting ongoing projects that advanced policing and public safety reform. One of these efforts included developing a Model Use of Force Policy, which seeks to further police reform efforts and establish safer and more equitable policing practices. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, to two amazing Nigerian parents, Oluwadamilola graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BA, magna cum laude, in both Africana Studies and Political Science. Oluwadamilola’s primary interests are human rights, civil rights, commercial, and labor law.