Networking Session: Learning to Live Together: the Challenge of Insecurity and Conflict
Meeran Nagi joined PEIC in February 2016. She works to develop and implement PEIC’s advocacy programs. She is a New York-qualified lawyer specializing in international human rights. Meeran worked with Squire Patton Boggs before pursuing her masters’ degree, with a specialization in international human rights, at Harvard Law School. She worked as a student attorney with the Harvard Immigration Project, and was an active member of the International Human Rights Clinic. In addition to her work with PEIC, Meeran is also an Editor for SHARIAsource, a Harvard initiative that seeks to provide better understanding of Islamic law through an online portal of resources and analysis.