Jen Marlow graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 2010 and is a member of the Washington State Bar. While in law school, Jen co-organized the Three Degrees Conference on the Law of Climate Change and Human Rights, and co-founded the Three Degrees Project on climate justice, serving as an inaugural fellow to the project. Jen graduated from Middlebury College in 2002, where she studied environmental studies and literature with John Elder and Bill McKibben, co-edited the Otter Creek Journal on nature and the arts, and wrote book reviews for The Middlebury Campus. Prior to law school, Jen worked as a field biologist, newspaper reporter, editor at award-winningOrion magazine, communications associate for the Portlandbased think tank Ecotrust, and columnist for Edible Portland. Jen also co-organized the Inaugural Next Generation Leadership Retreat Series for The Center for Whole Communities to provide leadership opportunities for emerging environmental and social justice leaders. During law school, apart from conference organizing, Jen advised the Washington Environmental Counciland Sightline Institute on legal barriers to developing fair climate policies for Washington state, interned for the Berman Environmental Law Clinic, and served as as a judicial extern for the Honorable John C. Coughenour.