Isia Jasiewicz is a member of the YLS Class of 2013, an ISP student fellow, and a Knight Law and Media Scholar. Her interest in media law stems from her background in journalism; her writing has appeared in Newsweek, The Daily Beast, The News-Gazette of Lexington, Virginia, Princeton Alumni Weekly, and The Daily Princetonian, where she also served as executive editor of the culture section for two years. At YLS, Isia is a member of the Media Freedom and Information Clinic, where her work has focused on federal and state FOIA litigation for media clients. She is also an Articles & Essays Editor for the Yale Law and Policy Review and an editor on the Yale Law Journal, and she has served as publicity co-chair of the Yale Law Women Family-Friendly Firms Committee.
Isia spent her 1L summer working in the general counsel’s office at The Washington Post; next year, she will be a summer associate at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington. Isia graduated from Princeton University in 2010 with an A.B. in Art & Archeology, focusing her research interests on mid-twentieth-century painting and graphic art.