Anna Bulman is a Legal Research Fellow who contributes to the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment's human rights and investment law, and land, agriculture and food systems focus areas. She conducts research and writing, runs trainings and workshops, and collaborates with partners to apply research to policy and practice. She is also the co-founder of Picture Human Rights, a free online resource that explains human rights-related concepts, such as this CCSI collaboration on investor-state dispute settlement. Prior to joining CCSI, first as an intern in 2014 and then again as a Fellow in 2020, she led a right to food project in the Constitutional Litigation Unit of the Legal Resources Centre in South Africa, worked briefly in international agricultural trade at the World Trade Organization, and was an advisor to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Professor Philip Alston. She was previously an associate in the Supreme Court of South Australia and a paralegal at Blake Dawson (now Ashurst). She is proficient in German and Spanish. She holds a Master of Laws (James Kent Scholar) from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), Bachelor of Arts (Spanish), and Diploma of Languages (German) from the University of Adelaide in Australia.