While at Berkeley, he served on the Executive Committee of the California Law Review and directed the Post-Conviction Advocacy Project and Election Law @ Berkeley. After interning with CLC in 2017, Aseem also worked at the ACLU of Northern California, the Los Angeles Center for Community Law & Action, and the union-side law firm Bredhoff & Kaiser. Before law school, Aseem worked at the Participatory Budgeting Project (PBP), where he helped to organize the first U.S. citywide participatory budgeting process, in Vallejo, California. As Data & Technology Manager at PBP, he advised public institutions about how to make public participation more inclusive, equitable, and effective. Aseem graduated from Middlebury College magna cum laude with a degree in geography.