Tricia A. Hoefling is an assistant teaching professor at Georgetown University, where she teaches courses on gender, law and the Constitution at the CALL and in the Women and Gender Studies Program.
She has also taught courses as an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law, Georgetown School of Medicine and the Georgetown School of Health. Previously, Professor Hoefling taught as an adjunct at Washington and Lee School of Law, practiced law for many years at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLC in New York, and worked as a consultant for Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, a national reproductive rights nonprofit with clinics across the United States. Professor Hoefling serves on the board of several local and national nonprofit organizations, including The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, the Board of Regents at Georgetown University, the Emily Couric Leadership Foundation, and Village School of Charlottesville. She received her BS from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and her JD from Columbia Law School.
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