Brigitte Amiri, JD
Brigitte Amiri is a deputy director at the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project. She is currently litigating numerous cases, including leading the Jane Doe case, challenging the Trump administration’s ban on abortion for unaccompanied immigrant minors. She also represents the last abortion clinic in Kentucky, including in a challenge to the 6-week abortion ban. Ms. Amiri also leads the Project’s efforts to ensure that religious objections are not used to discriminate against or harm people seeking access to reproductive health care. Ms. Amiri has been an adjunct assistant professor at New York Law School and Hunter College. She served on the Law Students for Reproductive Justice's Board of Directors. Before joining the ACLU, Ms. Amiri worked as an attorney at South Brooklyn Legal Services in the Foreclosure Prevention Project and at the Center for Reproductive Rights. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law and from DePaul University.