Ewa Rejman is a J.S.D Candidate at Notre Dame Law School. She is a Polish human rights lawyer who holds the L.L.M. in International Law and Human Rights from the Notre Dame Law School (2023 – magna cum laude) and master’s degree in law from the University of Wrocław, Poland (2021). During her studies, she spent a semester abroad at the University of Bologna, Italy (2019).

In her research she focuses on socioeconomic rights, in particular the rights of the mothers, intersection of law and bioethics and religious freedom. She previously worked at the Permanent Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, concentrating on work at the Second, Third, and Sixth Committee of the UN General Assembly, the Commission on the Status of Women, the Commission for Social Development, and the Commission on Population and Development. In the past she served as a Chapter Coordinator for the World Youth Alliance in Poland and worked as a journalist for the Polish edition of Aleteia website publishing more than 200 articles in total. In addition to that she worked as an intern at the Institute of Justice in Poland and later as a legal analyst at the Higher Academy of Justice System.