Wogai Mohmand focuses her practice on complex litigation matters. She represents a wide range of clients, including technology companies, healthcare companies, athletes, and luxury brands. She maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing primarily on civil rights and immigration matters. While in law school, Wogai served as the managing and publishing editor of the Berkeley Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Law. Wogai is fluent in Pashto.
Wogai dedicates much of her pro bono practice to an organization she co-founded and coordinates, the Afghan Network for Advocacy and Resources (ANAR). ANAR focuses on providing emergency pro se assistance for Afghans in need by connecting them with legal assistance. While in law school, Wogai worked on housing matters, including eviction defense and civil rights claims that aimed to eliminate housing discrimination. Additionally, Wogai was previously a judicial extern to Justice Therese Stewart at the California Court of Appeal.
University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2019, J.D., Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate, Pro Bono Honors Certificate
University of Utah, 2016, B.S., Business Administration, cum laude
US District Court for the Northern District of California