Tatiana Akhund is an Associate (awaiting admission) in the New York City office of the Marsh Law Firm PLLC. Tatiana advocates for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and campus sexual abuse. Her practice focuses on protecting the rights of survivors by holding institutions and perpetrators accountable for the trauma they inflicted and enabled.
Tatiana is a graduate from Fordham University School of Law. During law school, Tatiana was an advocate for immigrant rights as a litigation extern with the American Civil Liberties Union and for refugee rights through the International Refugee Assistance Program where she oversaw and represented asylum and refugee applications to the U.S. Tatiana also worked as a research assistant to provide analyses on the rights of migrant workers in the Middle East and South Asia and how changes to international law could mitigate the risks to this vulnerable population. Prior to law school, Tatiana worked in South Asia representing women adversely affected by climate change and advocating for women’s reproductive rights.
- Title IX Campus Sexual Assault
- New York Child Victims Act
- Child Sex Abuse
- Crime Victim’s Rights
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 2020
B.A., George Washington University, 2016
Jurisdictions Awaiting Admission to Practice