Corinne Milinovich is a second-year law student. She was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and grew up exploring and appreciating the fauna and flora of Washington state. She graduated from University of San Francisco with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. After graduation, Corinne got a job working for the USFS as a wildlife technician specializing in Northern Spotted Owl surveys on the Willamette National Forest and Mt. Hood National Forest. Her experience with endangered and threatened species led her to the University of Oregon School of Law. She is interested in the intersection of Endangered Species Act and surface water rights, and is dedicated to fighting for the animals and ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. During her 1L summer, she was lucky enough to work for Cascadia Wildlands, a nonprofit in Eugene Oregon devoted to defending and restoring Cascadia’s wild ecosystems. Corinne enjoys biking, practicing hot yoga, and hiking in the greater Pacific Northwest area.