Val works with Everytown’s litigation team to help create a world free of gun violence.
Val graduated magna cum laude from CUNY School of Law as a Pro Bono Scholar. Her law review note, Death by a Thousand Duck Bites in a No-Man’s Land: Navigating Section 230’s Scope and Impact in a Changing Internet and World, which was published in the CUNY Law Review, was a 2023 winner of the Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing and was cited in the amicus brief submitted by Tennessee and other states for Gonzalez v. Google. Val has interned with the Cyber Assault Taskforce, Madre, and with Judge O. Peter Sherwood of the New York Commercial Division. After law school, Val clerked with The Honorable Katie A. Gummer in the New Jersey Appellate Division. Val is also a published author and poet.
Barnard College, B.A., summa cum laude
CUNY School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
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30 percent of guns recovered by ATF in California have no serial number on them, making it impossible for law enforcement to trace.