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Mindy Acevedo

Voting Rights Project Fellow

Mindy Acevedo is a UCLA Law class of 2021 member and is a part of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy Program. Acevedo joined the UCLA Voting Rights Project as a law school fellow. 

Mindy Acevedo was a law clerk to Andrea Sheridan Ordin, as the Special Master in the Flores v. Reno litigation, concerning the conditions of detention of immigrant minors. Formerly, she earned an MFA at UCLA in fine art and worked as a litigation assistant at the public interest law firm Strumwasser & Woocher LLP.

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