Alora Thomas-Lundborg is a senior staff attorney in ACLU’s Voting Rights Project. As part of her work, she has litigated voter modernization, voter suppression, and partisan gerrymandering cases. She has also co-authored several amicus briefs before the Supreme Court on partisan gerrymandering. She was one of the lead attorneys in ACLU’s Ohio partisan gerrymandering case: Householder et al. v. Ohio A. Philip Randolph Institute, et al. Prior to joining the ACLU she was a litigator at WilmerHale and Simpson Thacher and a clerk for Judge Brodie in the Eastern District of New York. Ms. Thomas has her B.A. in Political Science from Yale University and her J.D. from Columbia law School.
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