Naomi Oberman-Breindel

Naomi received her J.D. from New York University School of Law. While in law school Naomi represented children charged with crimes in the the Bronx through the Juvenile Defender Clinic and individuals facing removal and deportation as a result of criminal convictions in the Immigrant Defense Clinic. She also served as an Intake Manager and advocate with the Suspension Representation Project, a Publication Editor for the Review of Law and Social Change, a member of the Coalition on Law and Representation, and a co-organizer of the NYU Defender Collective. Naomi spent her 1L summer at the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem and her 2L summer at The Bronx Defenders. Prior to law school Naomi taught an after-school program through The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility and worked with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women through the Correctional Association of New York’s Women in Prison Project and the project’s Coalition for Women Prisoners. Naomi holds a B.A. in Ethnic Studies from Brown University.