ABOUT IMRAN DAR
Imran Dar is an associate at RPLG whose practice focuses on representing public agencies in litigation and advising them regarding structural issues and the delivery of public services. Mr. Dar also uses affirmative litigation to advocate for minorities and the public interest.
Mr. Dar has represented public agencies in matters regarding elections, labor, employment, and vested rights before state, federal, and administrative venues. He has counseled public agencies on issues concerning labor-management relations, public safety, professional responsibility, public records, privacy, and the separation of power.
Prior to joining RPLG, Mr. Dar served as a Judicial Fellow for Judge Laurel Beeler in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and as a New York Excelsior Service Fellow with the New York State Board of Elections: Division of Election Law Enforcement. As an Excelsior Fellow, Mr. Dar investigated corruption in state, county, and municipal elections, brought civil and administrative enforcement actions against political actors, and defended New York’s election laws against constitutional and statutory challenges.
Mr. Dar graduated from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law with honors, including the Federal Bar Council’s Cornelius Wickersham Jr. Award for highest-ranking student in the field of constitutional law. During law school, Mr. Dar brought 42 U.S.C. § 1983 cases for indigent plaintiffs in the criminal justice system with the Cardozo Civil Rights Clinic and was a research assistant for Professor David Rudenstine.
– The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, cum laude
– Bard College