Nancy Abudu

Staff Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union Voting Rights Project

Nancy Abudu is staff counsel with the American Civil Liberties Union's (ACLU) Voting Rights Project in Atlanta, GA, where she litigates civil rights cases in federal and state court, and provides technical assistance and legal advice to local ACLU affiliates and volunteer attorneys. In addition, Nancy is co-counsel in an environmental whistleblower case with the ACLU's Georgia affiliate and lobbies state and federal governments regarding environmental bills. Previously, Nancy was a student attorney in Tulane Law School's Environmental Law Clinic where she received an Environmental Law Certificate. She is a member of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, has made presentations before the United Nations regarding environmental racism, and has co-authored reports on environmental justice.

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Publications and Multimedia
Is Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act Constitutional? - Podcast
Civil Rights Practice Group Podcast
February 03, 2012
Felon Voting - Podcast
Civil Rights Practice Group Podcast
February 02, 2012