Lilliana Paratore, Equal Justice Works Fellow (sponsored by Apple, Inc. and Baker McKenzie), holds a J.D. from the U.C. Berkeley School of Law and a B.A. in History from Reed College. Lilli began working with UnCommon Law in 2014 as a law student member and Co-Director of the Post-Conviction Advocacy Project (P-CAP). In 2017, she became an Equal Justice Works Fellow at UCL. Her Equal Justice Works Fellowship explores how the California parole board considers gender-based violence and trauma in parole consideration hearings. During her time in law school, in addition to working with P-CAP, Lilli participated in the Death Penalty Clinic and the East Bay Community Law Center’s Clean Slate Practice, and worked at the Prison Law Office and Orleans Public Defenders. Lilli also served as the Symposium Editor for the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law, in which her writing on the California parole process was published. She was admitted to the California State Bar in December 2017.