Nabeelah Mia was a 2016-2017 UCLA Law-Sonke Health and Human Rights fellow. Prior to completing her LL.M. at UCLA Law, she earned a Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology and Law in 2009 and a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Psychology in 2010, both at the University of Cape Town. She also earned a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Cape Town in 2012. In 2013, Mia completed her articles of clerkship at Webber Wentzel, a South African law firm, and was appointed as an associate in the Corporate Practice department in 2015. Her areas of interest include sexual and reproductive health and rights, with a particular emphasis on adolescents, as well as on prison advocacy and reentry services. She worked in the Policy Development and Advocate Unit at Sonke from June 2017 – May 2018. She is currently finishing off her clerkship at the Constitutional Court of South Africa.