Alec Bahramipour is a litigation assistant at the ACLU of Northern California. In this capacity, he provides support to attorneys in active litigation and advocacy on a wide range of issues.
Prior to joining the ACLU, Alec was an attorney support assistant at Latham & Watkins, where he supported lawyers across multiple practice areas. In April 2018, Alec was named a Guardian of Justice at Latham & Watkins in recognition of his commitment to pro bono service.
Alec has also worked as a policy analyst and government relations intern at the Service Employees International Union, State Council. At SEIU, he drafted a policy memorandum on the effects of privatization on state courts across the country. Alec is also an alumnus of the California JusticeCorps Program, where he helped self-represented litigants navigate the court system and file legal documents in diverse civil matters.
Alec graduated with his bachelor’s degree in history and political science (summa cum laude) from UC San Diego in 2016, where he received the Provost Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement.
In his spare time, Alec likes watching movies, listening to jazz, and exploring the great outdoors.