Margaux J. Hall is a consultant in the Justice Reform Group of the World Bank Legal Vice Presidency based in Sierra Leone. Her work focuses on justice reform and governance, particularly in the delivery of essential services. Before joining the World Bank, Margaux conducted development and governance research in South Africa as a Fulbright Fellow and in East Africa as a Harvard University Frederick Sheldon Fellow. Margaux also worked at a private law firm, where her practice focused on litigation and government and internal investigations. Margaux’s recent publications include Avoiding Adaptation Apartheid: Climate Change Adaptation and Human Rights Law, forthcoming in the Yale Journal of International Law, and Answering the Millennium Call for the Right to Maternal Health in the Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal. Margaux graduated from Stanford University, with honors and distinction, and Harvard Law School, cum laude.