David Cremins



David Cremins is a law student and researcher who focuses on cross-border migration and labor issues, especially in the context of climate change. Before joining the Stanford Law School class of 2024, he worked as a software engineer and interned and volunteered with immigration law non-profits. While in law school, David has interned with Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, the California Attorney General, and Resilience Force; worked in Stanford's Community Law Clinic; served as the Lead Notes Editor for the Stanford Law & Policy Review; and co-led several on-campus groups and initiatives, including Stanford Immigration & Human Rights Law Association, Stanford Law Students for Climate Action, the Workers' Rights Pro Bono Project, Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation, and Stanford's chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. He is also the Legal Database Manager for Earth Refuge, the first legal think tank dedicated to finding solutions for international climate migration. David graduated from Pomona College in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science. He is from Houston, Texas.