Cody Vaughn is an associate attorney litigating transnational labor cases at Hendler Flores Law. Cody obtained both his B.A. and his J.D. from Indiana University.
While in law school, Cody was a member of multiple student groups, but he was most active in Law Students for Reproductive Justice where he participated in Moot Court as a competitor then as a problem writer. Cody also spent a great deal of his spare time working at the Center for Constitutional Democracy (CCD) as an executive board member and Editor in Chief of the Journal for Constitutional Design. The highlight of his tenure with the CCD was the opportunity to travel to Burma on two separate occasions to present on constitutional design.
In his free time, Cody enjoys: exploring the businesses and neighborhoods of Austin by foot; cooking something from Bon Appetit, New York Times Cooking, or something of his own creation; and reading about constitutional interpretation, political theory, and ethics.