The Equal Rights Law Group is pleased to announce that attorney Sadhana Ghimire, has joined the firm. Her practice focuses on civil litigation and employment law.
“I am honored to be part of the Equal Rights Law Group with Mika Hilaire. The firm’s objectives directly match my passion for helping people by advocating their rights and enhancing access to justice,” said Ms. Ghimire.
With over 20 years of experience in international law and Human Rights sector, Ms. Ghimire is passionate to work for equality, non-discrimination, and protection of civil rights of people throughout the United States and the world. As part of her ongoing Doctoral Degree in Judicial Science from Loyola Law School, Ms. Ghimire’s research focuses on human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and the challenges the modern rule of law and governance systems face in the modern world. She sits in the Loyola Justice Collaborative Group, as a vice-chair, to advocate for racial and gender equality. Ms. Ghimire holds a Master’s Degree in Law from George Mason University, Virginia. Her second Master’s Degree in Law is from Kathmandu School of Law, an international Law school in Nepal. She holds a post-graduate degree in International Law from the Utrecht University, Institute of Social Studies, in The Hague, the Netherlands. Her Bachelor’s Degree (Equivalent to JD) in Law is from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
Founding Partner, Mika Hilaire said, “I am so excited to welcome Sadhana Ghimire to the Equal Rights Law Group. She is going to be an asset to the firm with her prior legal acumen, but most importantly due to her vast experience working in international human rights. Ms. Ghimire is a natural fighter – a real champion for equal rights and justice.”
Ms. Ghimire has extensive work experience in legal reform at an international level. In the past, she has held many vital positions in organizations of international repute, as Team Leader for the United Nations Development Program in Nepal, Director of Programs for International Alert, and Country Director for Global Rights-Partners for Justice, among many to name with. Her work with these institutions revolved around working closely with the justices, district attorneys and parliamentarians to improve rights of people through legislative, executive, and judicial interventions.
Prior to joining the Equal Rights Law Group, Ms. Ghimire worked at Dain Walker Sobhani & Nicoli PLLC, and as a clerk for Superior Court of D.C.