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Jules Rochielle Sievert is an interdisciplinary scholar and practitioner, currently affiliated with the NuLawLab since 2013. They are also an engaged Ph.D. candidate at the College Of Art, Media, and Design, pursuing an interdisciplinary study program.


In their role as the Primary Investigator for the East Boston Spatial Justice Lab, they are leading research funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Jules has held significant positions such as Ambassador for Health Equity at Policy Link and Creative Placemaking Policy Fellow at Arizona State University's Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts from 2017-2019. They've had dynamic artist residencies across the world, including at Stroom Den Haag, Art Action Academy at the Queens Museum, the Mayor’s Office of Veterans’ Affairs and Department of Cultural Affairs in New York, and Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana at California State Fullerton. Their work traverses the boundaries of art, policy, and social justice, creating a profound impact in each sphere.

Jules is a Fellow at the Westminster Law & Theory Lab. 
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