Muneeba Talukder joined the ACLU of Pennsylvania in October 2019 as the Immigrants’ Rights Legal Fellow. Prior to joining ACLU-PA, Muneeba was a legal fellow with Public Counsel, where she worked on civil rights and economic justice impact litigation. Muneeba graduated from UCLA School of Law, with dual specializations in the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law & Policy and Critical Race Studies. At UCLA, she served as an editor of the UCLA Law Review and participated in the Asylum and International Human Rights Law clinics. Prior to law school, Muneeba worked as a Communications Associate at Chhaya CDC, a non-profit working on housing justice in New York City.
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