Bina Peltz is an associate in the Litigation Department.
Ms. Peltz received her JD from Yale Law School in 2019. While in law school, she served as a member of the Criminal Justice Clinic, representing indigent defendants in misdemeanor, felony, and parole revocation cases. She also served as a student director of the Immigration Legal Services Clinic, representing clients seeking asylum, and a student director of the Palliative Care Medical-Legal Partnership, providing end-of-life legal services to indigent patients at Yale Smilow Cancer Hospital. Ms. Peltz was a co-founder and student organizer of YLS Defenders and a teaching assistant for the Clinical Teaching Practicum. During law school, Ms. Peltz interned at the Federal Defenders of New York and the Defender Association of Philadelphia.
Ms. Peltz graduated, summa cum laude, with a degree in Politics and certificates in Judaic Studies and Humanistic Studies from Princeton University, where she was awarded the J. Welles Henderson Prize for the best law-related senior thesis.