Nada Panjwani

Nada Panjwani

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Nada Panjwani was born in Decatur, Georgia and raised in Lilburn, Georgia. She graduated in 2022 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. At UNC-CH, she served on the Undergraduate Student Government Mental Health Committee and served as the Assistant Director of Mental Health and Counseling within the Department of Student Wellness and Safety for the administration of Student Government President Lamar Richards.

At previous internships, she has worked under the direction of senior attorneys and assisted with client intake, prepared motions, and civil complaints. She has also drafted and submitted petitions to United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention. Additionally, she has lobbied United States Congress on Vietnamese Human Rights Act HR 3001. She was a Member of Young Leaders Track, 2021 International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington D.C.

At Moebes Law, she is a paralegal who helps the clients in all aspects from doing their initial intake to helping further develop their case by assisting the attorney in filling claims and hearings. Nada is trilingual: she speaks English, Gujarati, and Hindi.

She plans on attending law school in the future and is passionate about gender and racial inequality.