Jaclyn Tayabji is a Public Interest Fellow in the Washington D.C. office. Jaclyn received her J.D. magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 2021. While in law school, Jaclyn embraced experiential learning opportunities and consistently utilized her legal skills to promote the public interest. Jaclyn interned in the Consumer Protection Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Vickie L. Henry on the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and was a Student Attorney in the Access to Justice Civil Litigation clinic. Jaclyn also served as an Editor for the Boston University Law Review and was elected to leadership positions in the Middle Eastern & South Asian Law Students Association, the International Law Society, and the Public Interest Project.
Jaclyn received her B.A. in International Studies and African Studies from Emory University in 2016. Prior to law school, Jaclyn served with the Peace Corps in Malawi and subsequently worked as a Recovery Coach through the inaugural AmeriCorps-Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative program.