Jacqueline De León is an enrolled member of the Isleta Pueblo. As a staff attorney at NARF, she helped lead field hearings across Indian Country on Native American voting rights, co-authored NARF’s report, Obstacles at Every Turn: Barriers to Political Participation Faced by Native American Voters, and practices ongoing voter rights litigation. She has testified before Congress on multiple occasions detailing voting rights issues in Indian Country and serves as the Chair of the American Bar Association’s bipartisan Standing Committee on Election Law.
Prior to her work at NARF, De León was a senior associate at WilmerHale focusing on international antitrust and litigation. She holds a J.D. from Stanford and a B.A. from Princeton University in Philosophy. De León clerked for Judge William H. Walls of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and Chief Justice Dana Fabe of the Alaska Supreme Court.