Jonathan Nomamiukor has been awarded a fellowship to work with Reprieve, a human rights organization located in London, where he will combat abuses in counter-terrorism as a part of the drone policy team. While at HLS, Jonathan has been involved in the Harvard Law Human Rights Program, the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic, and the National Lawyers Guild, in addition to the Labor Employment Action Project, Project No One Leaves, and the Black Law Student Association. He has also worked as a research assistant to Professor Charles Ogletree and Deborah Anker, and been a part of the Harvard Law Record, the Journal on Race and Ethnic Justice, Unbound: Harvard Journal on the Left, and the Harvard Human Rights Journal. Jonathan has worked for several organizations over the course of his time at the law school as well, including Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid in Laredo, Texas; Mosaic Family Services in Dallas; Texas Defender Services in Austin; Organizing for America in Virginia; and his sponsoring organization, Reprieve. Prior to law school, Jonathan worked for the U.S. State Department’s Office of Civil Rights and spent three years working for the San Antonio Rape Crisis Center as a Hospital Advocate with juvenile rape survivors.