Natasha Mangham

Natasha Mangham is a second-year student at Berkeley Law. Before coming to law school, they attended UCLA, where they became interested in working with people impacted by the criminal legal system and individuals experiencing homelessness. Those interests have carried into Natasha’s law school career, where she has worked with the Prisoner Advocacy Network, the Transgender, Gender-Variant, and Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP), and most recently with EBCLC’s Clean Slate Clinic in the Record Remedies and Homelessness practices.

Natasha is looking toward a career in movement/community lawyering and hopes to be an asset to abolitionist community organizing in the struggle for racial and economic justice.