Michael S. Cohen is a rising 3L at UCLA School of Law. He has served in the chambers of Presiding Justice Arthur Gilbert at the California Court of Appeals and pursued a variety of work advancing accessibility to social services and public benefits. On UCLA Law campus, Michael is heavily involved with student government and political student groups and is an editor on multiple journals, including the UCLA Law Review.
Concurrently with his Public Law Fellowship at RPLG, Michael continues to work as a Legal Fellow for the UCLA Voting Rights Project. Michael has worked on several of the recent vote-by-mail lawsuits, published policy papers and scholarship on voting rights matters, and collaborated with state and federal government officials to facilitate compliance with election laws and expand access to the voting franchise.