Lauren Sudeall Lucas | Southern Center for Human Rights

The National Law Journal


Lauren Sudeall Lucas knew as a student at Harvard Law School that she wanted to do public interest work, but said that "fate" brought her as a summer intern to the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta. "The work was the most compelling that I had been exposed to, and I envisioned it being something I could do full-time after law school," Lucas, 33, said. She joined the center as a staff attorney in 2007, representing clients on death row and also taking on civil lawsuits relating to larger issues of access to justice.

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