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]

Staff

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

Other

Board of Directors

Officers

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

References