Public Interest Advisory Board

AUWCL is pleased to announce the creation of a new Public Interest Alumni Advisory Board. The board, which will meet for the first time on Sept. 23, will meet twice a year and will provide an opportunity for AUWCL alumni to develop ways for the law school to increase opportunities for students committed to public interest law.

Board Members:

  • Tim Curry, ’07, Managing Attorney, National Juvenile Defender Center

  • Elizabeth (Lisa) Dewey, ’93, Pro Bono Partner, DLA Piper

  • Antonia K. Fasanelli, ’01, Executive Director, The Homeless Persons Representation Project

  • Jeannie Hong, ’92, Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit

  • Tanya M. Jones-Bosier, ’00, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General,
    Department of Human Services for the District of Columbia

  • Parag Khandhar, ’08, Clinical Teaching Fellow, Community Development Clinic, University of Baltimore School of Law

  • Mike Kirkpatrick, ’91, Attorney, Public Citizen Litigation Group

  • Erin Loubier, ’98, Director of Public Benefits, Senior Managing Attorney, Whitman Walker Legal Services Program

  • Whitney Louchheim, ’05, Chief Operating Officer, Mentoring Today

  • Shanti Martin, ’09, Staff Attorney, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

  • Layli Miller-Muro, ’96, Executive Director, Tahirih Justice Center

  • Sarah Paoletti, ’98, Director of the Transnational Legal Clinic, University of Pennsylvania Law School

  • Delicia Hand Reynolds, ’04, Staff Director for the Consumer Advisory Board and Council, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

  • Alice Riener, ’07, Director of Housing Services, NO/AIDS Task Force

  • Naznin Saifi, ’92, Deputy Director, Northeast NJ Legal Services

  • Penelope Spain, ’05, Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer, Mentoring Today

  • Lydia Watts, ’96, Director of Quality and Program Enhancement, National Legal Aid & Defender Association

  • Doug White, ’72, Associate Regional Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor