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Eisha Jain

J.D., Yale Law School, 2007
B.A., University of Virginia, 2003

Eisha Jain is an experienced civil rights litigator. She has represented plaintiffs in police misconduct, wrongful conviction, employment discrimination and fair-housing cases at the New York City firm Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady since January 2010. Jain has experience at all levels of litigation, including trials, depositions and oral arguments. Her litigation experience includes authoring a petition that secured the release of a wrongfully convicted defendant after 18 years of false imprisonment; representing a putative class subject to ICE detainers in an over-detention claim involving New York City jails; representing a group of plaintiffs who had been subject to racial discrimination when seeking to rent apartments in Astoria, Queens; and representing a police misconduct plaintiff in a federal jury trial.

From 2010-2013, Jain served as a member of the Civil Rights Committee of the New York City Bar Association. She previously clerked for Judge Walter K. Stapleton on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and worked at Bredhoff & Kaiser, a union-side labor law firm in Washington, D.C. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2007, where she was awarded the Michael Egger Prize for the best student contribution to the Yale Law Journal on a current social problem. Jain will teach Immigration Enforcement in the spring semester, along with Professor Kerry Abrams.

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