Aisha joined Loevy & Loevy as a Justice Fellow in September 2016.

Aisha graduated from Columbia Law School and the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies in 2013 with a JD and LLM in Human Rights, Conflict, and Justice. During law school, Aisha was an editor for the Columbia Journal of Race and Law and the Columbia Journal of European Law as well as a coach for the Frederick Douglass Moot Court Team.  She also interned and completed clinics focusing on human and civil rights in New York, London, and Accra.  She has published an article in the Harvard Journal on intersectionality and international human rights.

Following law school, Aisha served as a law clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Chandlee Johnson Kuhn of the Delaware Family Court.  She has also worked with the African American Policy Forum, the Landesa Center on Women’s Land Rights, and Lambda Legal.

Bar Admissions

• New York, 2014
• Illinois, 2016

Columbia Law School
• J.D. – February, 2013
• Certificate of Achievement – Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law

University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies
• LLM, with Merit – February, 2013
• Specialty – Human Rights, Conflict, & Justice

Washington & Lee University
• B.A. – June, 2009