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Law Students in Court

Washington, United States
Joined July 2018

Since 1969, the LSIC mission has been to teach and inspire the next generation of law students while providing the highest quality legal representation to the District’s low-income residents.

Presence in: United States
Focus: Criminal Justice, Education, Family, Generalist Legal Services, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Labor & Employment, Livelihoods, Right to Information, Traditional / Customary Justice

LSIC helps low-income Washington, D.C. residents who have civil, criminal, and housing legal problems that originated in the District.

People Associated With This Organization

Sterling Howard

United States  
Law Students in Court
Joined July 2018
Interests: Criminal Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Livelihoods, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
Sterling Howard is the Development Director at Law Students in Court, where she leads fundraising strategy and activities.

Previously, Ms. Howard spent six years at Equal Justice Works in the Fellowship Program, where her portfolio of work was a unique mix of program management, sponsor relations and fundraising. Her day to day included everything from leading the program's fundraising strategies, finding, building and maintaining relationships with sponsors that fund the projects, helping current Fellows actively engage their sponsor through pro bono opportunities, and building out programmatic initiatives such as increasing Fellowship salaries.

While enrolled at Georgetown University Law Center, Howard served for three years as a student organizer of Home Court, an annual charity basketball game benefiting the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. She now serves as Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless.
Sterling Howard is the network champion (main point of contact) for Law Students in Court.

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