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By Niraj Trivedi --- Jersey City: ...
By Niraj Trivedi --- Jersey City: The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey has hired Nadia Seeratan as its new racial justice attorney.
...Seeratan, who is a member of the South Asian Bar Association of New York and a member of the Human Rights Watch Young Advocates, will join the staff of ACLU NJ on December 3.
...Seeratan is currently a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society â€" Juvenile Rights Division in New York where, since 2003, she has represented children in Queens Family Court proceedings involving child abuse, neglect and termination of parental rights.She also works in the Legal Aid Society's Domestic Violence Project as Attorney Liaison and Training Coordinator.Seeratan is a 2002 graduate of St. Mary's School of Law in San Antonio, TX, where she edited The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Minority Issues, and served as president of the Asian Pacific Law Stud- ents Association.In 1997, she graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA in History and Political Science.She
has published an article in St. Mary's Law Review on Minority Issues
titled, The Negative Impact of Intellectual Property Patent Rights on Developing Countries: An Examination of the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry.
Nadia Seeratan has served as the Racial Justice Attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey for the past two years working to challenge discrimination in criminal justice and beyond through lawsuits, advocacy and public education campaigns designed to positively impact communities of color.
Prior to that, she served for five years as a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society's Juvenile Right's Division representing children in the child protective and juvenile delinquency systems.
She received her J.D. From St. Mary's University School of Law in 2002 and her Honours Bachelors Degree from the University of Toronto in 1997.
Nadia Seeratan, Esq.
Hons.B.A. with a Joint Specialist in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto
in 1997, and her
J.D. from St. Mary's University
in 2002.She is currently a Staff Attorney with the Legal Aid Society's Juvenile Rights Division.
News :: ACLU of Minnesota
The legal team for Thompson included Mach and Heather L. Weaver of the ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief and Barocas and Nadia Seeratan of the ACLU of New Jersey.
Swati Parikh, Azeema Mohaideen, Nisha Agarwal, Libby Babu, Sanjana Chopra, Gowri Krishna, Shafaq Islam, Sandhya Kidd, Bharati Narumanchi, Ami Sanghvi, Nadia Seeratan, Chai Shenoy, Shweta Udeshi