Pooja Chaudhuri serves as Counsel on the Voting Rights Project. She works on a range of election law issues impacting underserved individuals and their communities. She litigates redistricting and ballot-access cases in federal and state courts across the country and represents individuals as well as local and national voting rights advocacy organizations in these challenges.
Prior to joining the Voting Rights Project, Pooja was a Fellow with the Lawyers’ Committee’s Educational Opportunities Project. As a Fellow, she worked on a higher education desegregation trial and helped parents navigate the full gamut of special education laws to advocate for their child’s education.
Pooja earned her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. She served as an editor of the California Law Review during law school.
Bar Admissions: Admitted in California and the District of Columbia. Admitted to the US Courts of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth, and District of Columbia Circuits; and the US District Courts for the Eatern and Northern Districts of California.