Bronte Foley is a member of the Class of 2020 at Tulane University. She is pursuing a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Economics. Bronte joined the Gender and Judging project in the spring of 2017 producing content for the website and maintaining the scholar network. Over the summer of 2017, Bronte worked at the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court where she had the opportunity to participate in the daily workings of the Court. She completed a research project on the judicial history of the American juvenile court system, and worked closely with the Drug Court’s Attorney II to keep records for the juvenile offenders. During the academic year, Bronte is actively involved in several organizations on Tulane’s campus. She arranges speaker and networking events as the professional chair of Phi Alpha Delta, Tulane’s Pre-Law Fraternity. She is also the incoming president of Women in Politics, a group seeking to empower women in the community who are considering going into politics. Additionally, she is the Vice President of Finance for Tulane’s Model United Nations where she seeks funds for the groups’ numerous cross-country trips throughout the year. Bronte is deeply interested in judicial politics and hopes to hold a seat on the bench in the future.