Harvard Law School
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18)
Sabri Siraj will be a first-year law student this fall at Harvard Law School. Prior to starting law school, Sabri graduated from Arizona State University with a BA in Political Science. During his time in undergrad, Sabri spent some time tutoring local refugee students in different school subjects, and he worked as a communications intern for the nonprofit organization People for the American Way in Washington, D.C. During his time off between undergrad and law school, Sabri spent his time involved in a variety of areas. He spent time volunteering as a Peer Mentor for The Obama Foundation, in addition to working as a SEO (Sponsors for Educational Opportunity) Law Fellow at the law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Furthermore, Sabri worked as a Junior Research Fellow with a professor from Arizona State University, conducting research on the effectiveness of simulation courses in the university setting. Sabri is passionate about human and civil rights issues both domestically and abroad, and looks to pursue a career dedicated to bringing change and being a voice for those less fortunate. In his spare time, Sabri enjoys playing basketball, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
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