Nabilah works as part of IDP’s litigation team, focusing on litigation before federal courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals in support of challenges to adverse immigration consequences of criminal convictions and arrests. Prior to joining IDP, Nabilah worked in the Immigration Intervention Project of Sanctuary for Families, where she represented non-citizens in affirmative and defensive immigration matters and supervised the asylum practice. Previously, Nabilah was a litigation associate at a law firm in New York focusing on federal criminal defense and served as a law clerk in the Southern District of New York and the Central District of Illinois. Nabilah earned her J.D. from U.C. Berkeley School of Law, her A.M. in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and her B.A. from Yale University.