Pallavi Bugga

Fiza Quraishi Legal Fellow, Legal Advocacy
Pallavi Bugga

Pallavi Bugga is a Fiza Quraishi Youth Law Fellow at the National Center for Youth Law. As part of the Legal Advocacy Team, Pallavi works on litigation and policy advocacy across all of the organization's issue areas to advance the rights of children and youth nationwide.

Pallavi received her law degree from the University of Michigan Law School. While a law student, she worked in both her school's Pediatric Advocacy Clinic and Immigrant Justice Lab, and served on the boards of the Public Benefits Advocacy Project and the Michigan Voting Project. She additionally assisted with a variety of policy and litigation matters, related primarily to health and civil rights law, through her internships with the California Department of Justice, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the ACLU of Northern California. 

In her free time, Pallavi enjoys gaming (she is partial to RPGs), baking, and finding people with whom to share her baked goods.