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 Executive Director

Moses A. Cook


Moses Cook was appointed the Interim Executive Director in May 2013. Before becoming the Interim Executive Director, Mr. Cook was the chief of LSIC's criminal division and a supervisor. Prior to coming to LSIC, Mr. Cook completed a Prettyman/Stiller Fellowship from Georgetown University Law Center in 2005.  He litigated criminal cases, taught advocacy classes and supervised third-year law students in its Criminal Justice Clinic.  While in law school he clerked for both the Missouri State and Federal Public Defender in St. Louis, MO.  He graduated Washington University School of Law in 2003.  

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Administrative Staff

Linda A. Brooks
Office Manager

For 12 years, Mrs. Brooks has been the face of DCLSIC. She greets all with a warm smile and offers a helping hand. She is truly the glue that holds everyone together. She attended East State Tennessee University in Johnson City, TN and worked for the US Navy as Civilian Recruiter prior to joining the DCLSIC family.

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Wing C. Li
Chief Strategy and Operations Officer
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Wing Li joined D.C. Law Students In Court Program, Inc. in August 2008 as its Administrative Director. Prior to coming to D.C., she was the Office Manager for Hargreaves Associates, a landscape architectural firm based in San Francisco. She was also a Human Resource Specialist for Barclays Global Investors, an asset management firm in San Francisco. Previously she was an Online Product Support Coordinator for Google, Inc. and a Native English Instructor in Japan. Ms. Li is fluent in Cantonese and Japanese. She received a B.A. in Political Science at UCLA. She is an active member of Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and serves as a Leadership Council member on the Fundraising and Communications committees to strengthen the nonprofit sector.

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Angela Wang
Development Assistant
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Angela joined Law Students In Court in October 2012. Prior to joining LSIC, Angela Wang interned at the United Nations High Level Task Force on Global Food Security in New York. Angela received her B.A. in Political Science at Lawrence University (Appleton,WI) in June 2012. While at Lawrence, Angela interned at United Nations World Food Program. She assisted the private partners team in mobilizing support for the 2011 Horn of Africa Emergency Appeal Campaign. Before Angela’s UNWFP internship, she worked for non-profit organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom. While studying in the UK, Angela completed an internship at Asia House, where she assisted the cultural program team in managing a wide range of cultural and diplomatic events. She also interned at OPERA America and volunteered at the Municipal Art Society of New York.

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Civil Division

Kathy Ahn
Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney

Kathy obtained her J.D. from University of Miami School of Law, graduating with distinction.  During law school, Kathy was awarded a fellowship by the University of Miami Center for Ethics and Public Service based on her demonstrated commitment to serving indigent populations.  The Fellowship afforded her an opportunity to work in the Housing Division of Legal Services of Greater Miami where she helped under-privileged clients secure their property rights and avoid unlawful eviction or foreclosure.  Also in law school, Kathy participated in a trial advocacy clinic as a student attorney with the Miami-Dade State Attorney?s Office.  There, she prosecuted numerous misdemeanor and traffic offenses before both judges and juries.

After graduation from law school, Kathy was admitted to practice in Virginia and the District of Columbia.  She entered private practice as an associate attorney, advocating on behalf of clients accused of state and federal criminal offenses and has submitted appellate briefs in the Supreme Court of Virginia as well as the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Subsequently, Kathy served as a prosecutor where she litigated countless cases in D.C. Superior Court.

In early 2012, Kathy joined LSIC as a supervising attorney in the civil division.  She brings with her a dedication to public service and passion to teach.

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Marc A. Bentzen
Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney

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Dan Clark
Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney
, Director of Civil Legal Services

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Martha Kellogg
Staff Attorney

Gabriella Lewis-White
Staff Attorney

Grey Gardner
Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney

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Quo Judkins

Adjunct Professor, Supervising Attorney

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