Rohit Rajan is the West Michigan Legal Fellow for the ACLU of Michigan. Rohit works on a broad range of civil liberties issues, including immigrants’ rights, bail reform, voting rights, and police misconduct.
Rohit earned his B.S. from Arizona State University where he majored in Biochemistry and his J.D. from Harvard Law School where he was a student attorney with the Harvard Defenders. Before joining the ACLU of Michigan, Rohit clerked on the Ninth Circuit for Judge Andrew Hurwitz and on the Eastern District of California for Judge William Shubb. He previously worked at the Arizona Advocacy Network, a voting rights organization in Phoenix, and interned for the ACLU Capital Punishment Project and the ACLU of Michigan.