Licensed in Washington
Eliana Horn is an organizer, attorney, researcher and advocate in the Seattle area. As a solo practitioner at Interdependent Law, Eliana is supporting local community groups and organizations in creating the legal structures they need to steward land by and for community and to build a local interdependent economy. With a tenant organizing background, Eliana believes land and housing is a resource to be shared, not held for future profit. Eliana is working toward shifting the dynamics of ownership and control of land and housing to center low-income and BIPOC communities and to ensure that land is affordable and accessible for hundreds of years to come.
After graduating from City University of New York School of Law, Eliana worked as a removal defense attorney between 2018 and 2021, representing detained and non-detained clients in removal proceedings, filing affirmative immigration applications, and suing the Government for the release of immigrants from detention. Eliana opened Interdependent Law in 2021.