Jeevna
Sheth

Senior Policy Analyst

she/her

Close

Contact
Jeevna Sheth

"*" indicates required fields

Name*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Jeevna Sheth is a senior policy analyst for Courts and Legal Policy at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, she was a Dorot fellow at Alliance for Justice, where she worked on federal judicial nominations, judiciary ethics, and federal court reform. She graduated from the George Washington University Law School and worked in private practice as a commercial bankruptcy litigation associate. Jeevna earned her bachelors degree in political science from the University of Chicago. She spends her free time entertaining two mini Aussiedoodles and cooking with her husband.

Latest

Compact View

Loper Bright and Relentless: Ending Judicial Deference To Cement Judicial Activism in the Courts Report
The U.S. Supreme Court reflected in a stanchion

Loper Bright and Relentless: Ending Judicial Deference To Cement Judicial Activism in the Courts

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear two cases that could limit the federal government’s ability to serve the American people, giving unelected judges free rein to implement their own partisan policy agendas and disregard scientific analysis, the opinions of policy experts, and the will of Congress.

Jeevna Sheth, Devon Ombres

How the Supreme Court Could Limit Government’s Ability To Serve Americans in All Areas of Life Fact Sheet
Photo shows a hand holding a small American flag, with the Supreme Court building against a cloudy sky in the background

How the Supreme Court Could Limit Government’s Ability To Serve Americans in All Areas of Life

If the Supreme Court overturns the 40-year-old Chevron doctrine, it could throw into chaos government’s ability to protect and serve the American people in areas ranging from workplace safety to Medicare administration to consumer protections, and much more.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.