Tajah decided to attend law school at Maurer School of Law after obtaining a BA in International Studies and Philosophy. After her first year of law school, she worked as a remote Stewart Fellow for the Helsinki Foundation in Poland where she briefed refugee concerns pertaining to Eastern Europe. The following year, Tajah interned for the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center serving immigrant farmworkers. She finished her legal studies in Paris studying Public International Law and studying the European Convention on Human Rights. Tajah is looking forward to being a Justice Fellow with Catholic Charities of Dallas working with unaccompanied minors.