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Harmeet Dhillon
Harmeet Dhillon
Harmeet Dhillon

Harmeet is a nation leader in civil rights and election litigation at the Dhillon Law Group, headquartered in San Francisco. Harmeet was born in India and came to the United States as a small child with her family. She grew up in rural North Carolina in a farming community where her father was a small town physician. Harmeet went to Dartmouth College where she was editor in chief of the Dartmouth Review newspaper, and where her mentors included Laura Ingraham and Dinesh D’Souza. After working at the Heritage Foundation, attending the University of Virginia Law school, and clerking for a federal appeals court judge, Harmeet has practiced civil litigation for nearly three decades, spending the last 21 years of her career in California. Harmeet founded the Center for American Liberty, a national civil rights litigation organization, two years ago. This year, three of the Center for American Liberty’s lawsuits to open California’s religious institutions in the face of COVID lockdowns, won at the United States Supreme Court. In her role as the RNC Committeewoman from California, Harmeet also plays a national role in election litigation strategy and execution in several organizations including as co-chair of the Republican National Lawyers Association and as counsel for the RNC and prominent conservatives.