Public Interest Law
Vidhya is the Pro Bono Coordinator at Inner City Law Center. Prior to joining ICLC, she practiced complex commercial litigation for over five years at the law firms of Crowell & Moring LLP and Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Vidhya handled a variety of matters relating to antitrust, real estate, contracts, environmental law, and insurance, and maintained an active pro bono practice, representing clients on issues such as immigration, guardianship, and housing law. Vidhya has also been active in the legal community, serving on the board of the South Asian Network, one of the country’s largest organizations dedicated to serving the needs of the South Asian-American community, and the State Bar of California’s Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services. She is a past board member of the South Asian Bar Association of Southern California (SABA-SC) and was previously a president of SABA-SC’s Public Interest Foundation. Vidhya received degrees in Political Science and Psychology from UCLA and her J.D. from UCLA.