Noor Zafar is a Staff Attorney with the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project (IRP), where she focuses on constitutional and civil rights litigation expanding the rights of immigrant communities and challenging unlawful enforcement practices. Prior to joining IRP, Noor was the Nadine Strossen fellow with the ACLU National Security Project. In that role, she helped litigate cases challenging presidential emergency powers, electronic surveillance, and discriminatory federal policing. Before joining the ACLU, Noor worked as a Bertha Justice fellow at the Center for Constitutional Rights, where she represented detainees at Guantánamo Bay and engaged in litigation and advocacy relating to the laws of war, immigration, and religious profiling. She is a graduate of New York University and Harvard Law School.