Giulia is a third-year law student from Columbus, Mississippi. She graduated from Mississippi State University in 2020 with degrees in Political Science and Marketing. Outside of Law Review, Giulia is the Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush Competition Chair of the Moot Court Board, Vice President of Family Law Society, and a Dean’s Ambassador. During her law school summers, she clerked at both the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and the Office of State Public Defender in Jackson, and she currently works as a law clerk at Carmody Law Office in Flowood, Mississippi. Her Law Review article, “Children are Different: Jones v. Mississippi, Juvenile Life Without Parole, and Why Youthfulness Matters in Sentencing” will be published in Volume 41 of the Review.