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Natasha Chabria

Associate Counsel

Natasha Chabria is Associate Counsel for the Economic Justice Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Natasha’s primary area of focus is health equity, including access to reproductive and maternal healthcare, data equity, and access to healthcare for individuals in carceral settings. Prior to assuming this role, Natasha served as a legal fellow in the Voting Rights Project at the Committee, where she used a combination of litigation and coalitional advocacy to address voting rights issues across the country. She previously served as the Senior Policy Manager at In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, where she managed a portfolio addressing Sexual and Reproductive Health Equity, Immigrant Health and Rights, Administrative Advocacy, and Judicial Nominations. She began her legal career as the Georgetown Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellow at In Our Own Voice. Natasha received her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law, where she was a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research and Writing and a student attorney in the Domestic Violence Clinic. Natasha also served on the executive boards of the Student Bar Association and the Multi-Cultural Law Student Association. She has held internships with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Advocates for Children of New York, National Institute for Reproductive Health, and ACLU Women’s Rights Project. Throughout her time in law school, Natasha was also the lead Boston organizer for the MA chapter of the Women’s March, where she developed the organization’s first intersectional policy platform. She received her BA from Tufts University, with a major in Peace and Justice Studies, and minors in Education and Linguistics.

Bar Admissions: Admitted in New York only. Practice limited to matters before federal courts.