June 04, 2019

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Center for Public Interest Law
 Amy Horton-Newell, Director

Center for Children and the Law
Commission on Youth at Risk

 Prudence Beidler-Carr, Director

Center for Pro Bono
Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service

 Cheryl Zalenski, Director

Commission of Domestic and Sexual Violence
 Vivian Huego, Director

Commission on Homelessness and Poverty
 Kelly Russo, Director

Commission on Immigration
 Meridith Linsky, Director

Commission on Law and Aging
 Charlie Sabatino

Death Penalty Representation Project
 Emily Olson Gault, Director

Standing Committee on Election Law
Standing Committee on Gun Violence

 Sharon Terrill, Staff Liaison

Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress
 Anne P. Brown, Staff Liaison