Ramsha Ansari is an Associate at Slater Slater Schulman and a fierce advocate for racial equality and social justice reform. Known for her fearless representation and tireless commitment to seeking justice, Ramsha frequently handles cases involving employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, and represents survivors of child sexual abuse involved in the ongoing Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy litigation.
Ramsha possesses an incredible ability to empower others through an approach that models determination and resilience. Providing endless support throughout every case, Ramsha serves as a concrete ally who always fights for her clients’ best interests. She values the importance of educating others on their right to pursue justice and instills in each client a sense of power and control that inspires them to rise above past trauma.
In addition to her notable work fighting for racial justice, Ramsha has a background in handling cases pertaining to civil rights issues, immigration law, criminal law, and real estate law. Ramsha also served as a legal intern for the Criminal Defense and Advocacy Clinic at Brooklyn Law School. At the clinic, Ramsha represented survivors of human trafficking and advocated to clear their records of crimes they were forced to commit as a result of their trafficking.
Outside of the firm, Ramsha continues her passion for giving back to others as an active volunteer in the community. Ramsha assisted in the recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by helping to rebuild homes in Biloxi, Mississippi. Additionally, she volunteered at a detention center in Texas where she helped prepare recently detained immigrants fleeing persecution for their asylum interviews.
Ramsha graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from the State University College at Geneseo and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where she was a proud member of the Appellate Division Moot Court Honor Society.
- New York
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York