Nandina is a third-year PhD student in Jurisprudence and Social Policy studying the use of technology in the U.S. criminal legal system. Her research interests include punishment, surveillance and technology, the carceral state, and the sociology of law.
Before coming to Berkeley, she worked in the City Attorney's Office and Mayor's Office in the City of Tukwila, WA. She was also an intern with U.S. Representative Pramila Jayapal (WA-07) and with University Beyond Bars, a non-profit that offers higher education to those incarcerated in Washington State's prisons.
B.A., Law, Societies, and Justice (honors) and Political Science, University of Washington, 2019 (magna cum laude)