Mirelle Raza is a third-year law student at USC Gould School of Law, where she is a Public Interest Scholar. Before law school Ms. Raza received her B.S. from Santa Clara University and worked for two years at the San Francisco District Attorney’s office as a victim advocate in the human trafficking and sexual assault units. In this role Mirelle attended sting operations and provided on-site crisis intervention. In her 1L summer Ms. Raza clerked at the Department of Justice’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section. She spent her 2L school year working in the International Human Rights Clinic and serving as the President of the Barbara F. Bice Public Interest Law Foundation. In the summer of 2020 Ms. Raza worked as a 2L Honors Clerk at the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office. In her free time Ms. Raza plays for a USA club rugby team that holds three national titles.