Aleema Jamal graduated from Harvard Law School in 2018. In her time at law school, Aleema has been actively involved in the international law and negotiation communities. Her international experience includes engaging on transitional justice, governance, and civil society issues for Syria, Jordan, and South Sudan. She has also worked on the policy team for the Asia-Africa Summit on Chronic Diseases, and has led health and technology-focused development projects in East Africa and South Asia. Prior to law school, Aleema was the Executive Director of the Century Initiative, a Canadian non-profit organization, and a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company.
- Minority Religious Legal Identity within the Modern Nation State: A Case Study of the Ismāʿīlī Constitution
- The Aga Khan Case: An Example of the Law’s Role in Religious Identity Formation
- The Case of Asia Bibi: Public Opinion and her Fight for Justice in Pakistan
- The Ismāʿīlī Constitution and the Modern Nation-State: A Case Study of Dispute Resolution in Kenya