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- B.A., University of Utah
cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa
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- Notes Co-Chair, Harvard Law Review
- Blog Contributor, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology
Avisha Sabaghian is a summer associate at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP and a second-year student at Harvard Law School.
At Harvard, Avisha is Notes Co-Chair of the Harvard Law Review, a blog contributor for the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, the social chair of the Middle Eastern Law Students Association, and a research assistant at the Berkman Klein Center.
Prior to law school, Avisha worked as a sanctions compliance analyst, and developed data and tools for increasing access to election and voting information. During the summer of 2020, she was a legal intern with the Center for Democracy and Technology where she worked on a First Amendment challenge to President Trump’s "Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship." While at CDT, she wrote about consumer privacy and intellectual property, and assisted with advocacy efforts on the Hill.
Avisha received her B.A. cum laude from the University of Utah where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. She is fluent in Farsi/Persian, Dari, and Arabic.