Pippa Dobbyn

Legal Fellow

Pippa Dobbyn attended Macalester College and earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies. After college, she worked as a legal assistant in Minnesota, focusing primarily on family-based and humanitarian immigration cases. Dobbyn was drawn to the immigration field because of the intersection between climate change and migration.
Dobbyn is currently a rising second year law student at the University of Virginia School of Law. She is the Co-Chapter Director of the International Refugee Assistance Project and a member of the Virginia Journal of International Law editorial board.
She enjoys reading, seeing friends and family, watching baseball, and cooking.