Attorney Nashrah Rahman received her J.D., cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School in May 2015. She is licensed to pratice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the State of New York and is registered to practice in Immigration Court.
While at law school, Nashrah participated in Suffolk University’s Immigration Law Clinic where she represented clients seeking bond, adjustment of status, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. As part of her clinical duties, Nashrah provided routine presentations to detainees at South Bay House of Corrections regarding their rights in the U.S. immigration system, and conducted asylum intakes for the PAIR Project.
In addition, Nashrah has experience in the international criminal and migration fields. She interned at an international criminal tribunal where she conducted substantive legal research on international and domestic criminal laws, and helped draft a paper on the prosecution of sexual violence during war time. She also interned at an international migration organization where she assisted in the coordination of the organization’s humanitarian efforts on the ground during the 2011 Libyan crisis.
She holds a B.A., cum laude, in Economics, and International and Global Studies with a minor in Politics from Brandeis University. She received Honors for her undergraduate thesis on the impact of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution on Egyptian migration.
A native of Bangladesh, Nashrah is fluent in English and Bangla. She also has oral proficiency in Hindi and Urdu.