At the core of Raji’s wide-ranging legal career is a commitment to using the law as a tool for positive transformation. Prior to joining West Coast LEAF, Raji practiced constitutional and administrative law. Her work was focused on sentencing reform, the impact of detention on women, civil forfeiture, and election law. Raji consults on a range of research and advocacy projects for large and small international non-profit organizations. She teaches an upper-level course on constitutional law and civil liberties at the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law. Raji served as a law clerk to the Hon. Frank Iacobucci at the Supreme Court of Canada. She received her law degree from the University of Victoria and holds a BA from the University of British Columbia and an MA from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Outside of work, Raji likes to make paper crafts, binge on Netflix, and meander along city streets in search of coffee.