Sejal Singh is Justice Catalyst Fellow at Public Citizen Litigation Group. Her litigation and advocacy focuses on worker power, access to justice, and consumer protection. Prior to Public Citizen, Sejal worked on Senator Warren’s 2020 Presidential Campaign as a Policy Fellow and as a labor policy expert at the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center. While in law school, Sejal spent representing working-class LGBTQ workers facing workplace discrimination and wage theft as a summer clerk at Legal Aid at Work. She is a founding co-Director of the People’s Parity Project, a nationwide campaign organizing law students and attorneys to unrig the legal system, end workplace discrimination, and build a justice system that values people over profits. Before law school, she led LGBTQ rights campaigns at the Center for American Progress, with a focus on combating healthcare discrimination and broad religious exemptions which would gut non-discrimination protections. Sejal graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where she received the David Grossman Exemplary Clinical Student Award for her work taking on predatory for-profit colleges and the student loans crisis at the Project on Predatory Student Lending. Her writing about access to justice, LGBTQ rights, and worker power has been widely published, including in New York Magazine, Slate, the Nation, Take Care, and the UCLA Law Review (online).
LGBTQ+ Workers' Rights After Bostock