Nasreen Solomons obtained a BA from the University of Cape Town majoring in English, History, and Philosophy. In 2011, she graduated with an Honours degree in Historical Studies, during which she tutored and worked as a research assistant in the department. In 2015, Nasreen obtained her LLB degree from UCT, after which she served her contract of articles with the Legal Resources Centre, and as a Bertha Justice Fellow, at their offices in Cape Town. She is an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2018, and is studying a Masters by dissertation at UCT. She is also a part-time researcher for the Women’s Legal Centre. Nasreen is a tutor for the Law of Property, and the Law of Succession.