Nasheen will be working at Reprieve in London, UK with support from the Public Service Venture Fund and a Harvard University Travelling Fellowship. She will contribute to the cases of individuals facing the death penalty in Pakistan and across South Asia and create international advocacy campaigns for abolition in partnership with local Pakistani organizations. While at Harvard, Nasheen participated in the International Human Rights Clinic where she worked on issues related to corporate accountability for mining companies accused of grave human rights abuses, and protecting human rights defenders from SLAPP suits. She was also a member of the Prisoner Legal Assistance Project and the co-Editor in Chief of the Journal of Law and Gender. At a previous summer internship at Reprieve, Nasheen worked on death penalty advocacy as well as cases seeking justice for victims of torture held in secret prisons. She has also spent a summer at the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights, where she worked on cases alleging corporate abuses of human rights in India and Pakistan. Prior to law school, Nasheen was a tax consultant.