Razieh Armin graduated magna cum laude from University of Tehran, Iran, with B.A degree in law. During her time as a law student, she was the editor in chief of the Scientific Association of Law journal (Ensaf) at University of Tehran and co-authored a book on the Iranian contract law doctrine. After graduation, she worked as law consultant in private construction companies. She also, due to her proficiency in Arabic, has focused on controversial issues in Islamic law and knows different interpretation of Islam. In summer 2016, she was an intern at UN Office of Drugs and Crime in Tehran, Iran. She also has teaching experience and has worked as a research assistant at law school. At Yale, she plans to focus on the field of international organizations and how such institutions can help those Muslim countries that have been isolated in the international community to enter the community and benefit from monetary and economic advantages.