“As a former law clerk at the ACLU, I strongly believe in civil rights and post-conviction relief for the formerly incarcerated.”
Mehrunisa Ranjha | Associate
Mehrunisa Ranjha is an associate attorney dedicated to achieving favorable results for her clients. Ms. Ranjha received her J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2017, where she served as a Managing Editor of the UCLA Law Review. During law school, she worked as a law clerk at the ACLU, where she worked on civil rights litigation aimed at post-conviction relief for the formerly incarcerated.
Ms. Ranjha also participated in the prestigious UCLA Asylum clinic where she represented an indigent client through the entirety of their asylum case, and was successful in winning asylum for her client. In her final year of law school, Ms. Ranjha worked with an international human rights organization to research and create a wiki specifically designed to provide free legal guidance and resources for criminal defense attorneys in countries without a robust public defender system.
Ms. Ranjha also has extensive experience working with diverse clientele, and is fluent in both Urdu and Punjabi.
University of California, Los Angeles School of Law | J.D. 2017
James Madison University | B.A. 2013, cum laude
- California, 2017