Amy Hayes is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School. She will be clerking with Judge Restani at the United States Court of International Trade in fall 2022. Before law school, Amy worked at PBS as Associate Director of Content for PBS Education, and as a children’s book editor at Cavendish Square Publishing. She is from Buffalo, New York.
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