Nasrina Bargzie, ESQ
Nasrina Bargzie was born in Afghanistan and grew up in Concord, California. She is an attorney and engages in complex commercial litigation for Fortune 100 companies, has an extensive background in civil and human rights having worked for years at the national American Civil Liberties Union’s National Security Project and directed the Asian Law Caucus’ National Security and Civil Rights Program for over four years where she also led her program’s organizing work to reach Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South and Central Asian communities.
Nasrina taught Federal Global Litigation at Stanford Law School and is active in international human rights organizing spaces. Nasrina holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Cal State East Bay and a Jurist Doctor from U.C. Berkeley School of Law.