Jasmine Ying Miller
Jasmine Ying Miller is a Legal Fellow at Youth Law Center, focusing on the intersection between juvenile justice and special education, as well as transitions to postsecondary education. In law school, Jasmine represented special education clients through the Youth and Education Law Project Clinic, and assisted applicants for SSI/SSDI benefits. She interned at the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project, where she worked against family separation, and the Tennessee Justice Center, where she helped low-income Tennesseans access healthcare. She was also co-president of the Asian Pacific Islander Law Student Association and co-founded the First Gen/Low Income Professionals group. Prior to law school, Jasmine was a college counselor working in Metro Nashville Public Schools, where she primarily worked with immigrant and refugee students, first-gen students, and DACA/undocumented students.
J.D./M.Ed Stanford University, 2019
B.A. Harvard University, 2013