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Samia Osman

Law Clerksosman@nka.com

Overview

Samia Osman is a rising 3L at the University of Minnesota Law School and a law clerk at Nichols Kaster. Samia has always been interested in advocating for diverse perspectives and voices. As first year student, she co-authored and published "This is Minnesota '' in a special issue of the Minnesota law review in response to the George Floyd murder and lack of diversity in the legal industry. In her second year, Samia went on to serve as the vice president for both the Black Law Student Association and the Muslim Law Student Association. She was also a student attorney in the Criminal Prosecution Clinic where she clerked for the Minneapolis City Attorney Office. 

Now a 3L, Samia continues to dedicate herself as a student leader at Minnesota Law. She is a student director for the Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Moot Court, a member of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Team, and a student attorney and director for the Human Rights Litigation & International Legal Advocacy Clinic.

Samia is a future International law and human rights/civil rights litigator. Outside of the law, Samia is a reader, photographer, and advocate who endeavors to give back and support her community.

Education

  • J.D. Candidate, University of Minnesota Law School
  • B.A. Macalester College
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