Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

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Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that was established in 1963 at President John F. Kennedy's request. It devises how best to use the bar to work for "equal opportunities for minorities."[1]


National Support

Legal Mobilization and Public Policy Project

Employment Discrimination Project

Voting Rights Project

Fair Housing & Fair Lending and Environmental Justice Projects

  • Joseph D. Rich, Director, Fair Housing & Fair Lending Project
  • Yolanda McGill, Senior Counsel, Fair Housing & Fair Lending Project
  • Daria E. Neal, Senior Counsel, Environmental Justice Project
  • Thomas Silverstein, Legal Assistant, Fair Housing and Fair Lending, Community Development and Environmental Justice Projects


Board of Directors


Board of Directors

Board of Trustees

Honorary Lifetime Trustees

Regional Vice-Chairs

Chesapeake Region

Mid-Atlantic Region

Midwest Region

  • Teresa J. Kimker, Esq., Halleland Lewis Nilan Sipkins & Johnson P.A.
  • Jack Block, Esq., Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago

Northeastern Region

Southeastern Region

Western Region

External links