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Jabeen Adawi


Before her appointment as the Clinical Teaching Fellow in Georgetown’s Domestic Violence Clinic, Jabeen Adawi served as the Victim Legal Network of DC Project Coordinator at the Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC). There she coordinated ten DC legal service providers to create an enhanced referral network serving victims of crime with any legal needs stemming from their victimization. Prior to joining NVRDC, she had worked for three years as a staff attorney at the Sexual Assault Legal Institute of the Maryland Coalition against Sexual Assault, where her responsibilities included providing civil legal services to survivors of sexual assault. Jabeen is a 2010 graduate of the American University, Washington College of Law. At American, she participated in the International Human Rights Law Clinic as a student attorney, focusing on immigration and refugee law. Jabeen also received her BS in Applied Physics from New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2006. Jabeen is a native Urdu speaker and is proficient in Hindi.

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