Enrique Ramirez

Orlando Letelier and Ronni Karpen Moffitt Endowed Presidential Scholar, ACLU of Northern California (2019)
Summer Human Rights Fellows (2019), Alumni

Enrique Ramirez (B.A., Harvard University; J.D. expected 2020) will clerk for the ACLU of Northern California in San Francisco. The ACLU of Northern California has been at the forefront of challenging the serious civil rights and privacy violations faced by immigrant communities under current administrative practices. After his 1L year, Enrique clerked for the ACLU of Texas and worked closely with attorneys as they responded to the family separation crisis. Enrique also worked on federal licensing issues and on voting rights issues. At Texas Law, Enrique has focused on administrative and regulatory law. He is an editor for the Texas Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy and for the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal. Enrique is on the board of the Chicano/Hispanic Law Students Association and the board of the American Constitution Society Chapter at Texas Law. Upon graduation, Enrique plans to pursue a career in immigrants’ rights and/or impact litigation.