As an Advocacy Counsel in the Law and Security Program, Raha advocates for U.S. counterterrorism and national security policies that are consistent with human rights norms. Raha graduated with honors from Georgetown University Law School, where he served as managing editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law, co-president of Georgetown Law's Amnesty International chapter, and student co-director of the Iraqi Refugee Resettlement Fact-Finding Project. While at Georgetown Law, Raha undertook internships at Human Rights First, the Open Society Policy Center, the Human Rights Law Foundation, and the Institute for International Law and Human Rights. Raha is the recipient of the Bettina E. Pruckmayr Award in International Human Rights and the author of From Guantánamo to Nuremberg and Back: An Analysis of Conspiracy to Commit War Crimes Under International Humanitarian Law. Raha received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law School (2010) and his B.B.A. in Finance and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2005).