Leah Tulin serves as senior counsel in the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program. She works on litigation across the Democracy Program’s issue areas, including voting rights and redistricting.
Prior to joining the Brennan Center, Tulin was the director of impact litigation at a non-profit legal services organization in Washington, DC. She also served as a special assistant to Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh, where she represented the State of Maryland in litigation involving a range of constitutional and statutory provisions. Before her service in the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, Tulin was an associate and then a partner in the Washington office of Jenner & Block, LLP. In that role, she litigated complex cases in state and federal court, represented clients in proceedings before the Federal Communications Commission, and maintained an active pro bono practice.
Tulin received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After law school she clerked for the Honorable Ronald Lee Gilman in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She also served as one of the Honorable Cornelia T.L. Pillard’s first law clerks in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.