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Georgetown Juvenile Justice Clinic and Initiative 

111 F Street NW Suite 128
Washington, DC 20001-2015 

Phone: 202-643-6870
Web: https://www.law.georgetown.edu/experiential-learning/clinics/juvenile-justice-clinic/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GeorgetownJJI/
Twitter: @GeorgetownJJI

Eduardo Ferrer
Executive Director
Email: ferrere@georgetown.edu

Organization Profile

As one of the first legal clinics of its kind, the Georgetown Law Juvenile Justice Clinic continues to be one of the premier law school clinics in the country. The Clinic represents youth charged with delinquency in DC, and provides an experiential and classroom learning opportunity for law students and resources and support for juvenile defenders practicing locally and nationally.


LaShunda-hill_juvenile-justice-reformLaShunda Hill

Senior Associate
Public Safety Performance Project
The Pew Charitable Trusts

Phone: 202-540-6932


Areas of Expertise: sentencing reform; juvenile life without parole; reinvestment.

Bio: LaShunda Hill seeks to create juvenile and child welfare systems that are restorative and healing instead of retributive and traumatizing.

Currently at the Pew Charitable Trusts, she works with states seeking to improve their juvenile justice systems. Previously at the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth (CFSY), she worked to abolish juvenile life without parole. Before CFSY, she was a family intervention specialist with Youth Villages, providing in-home counseling for youth and their families.

LaShunda is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, holds an EdM from Harvard University and is completing a MSW from Columbia University.

Jennifer Ubiera

Locale: District of Columbia
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