D.C. LAW STUDENTS IN COURT OPENS SEARCH FOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Washington, D.C., July 1, 2019 – D.C. Law Students In Court (LSIC) announces today that it has opened a search for a new Executive Director. After 14 years of exceptional service, LSIC’s Executive Director, Moses Cook will step down later this year. Launched in 1969 by five D.C. area law schools, LSIC is today a nationally recognized leader at training social justice advocates and representing clients in grave legal jeopardy in the District of Columbia.
“The new Executive Director will build on a strong foundation and exemplary vision set by Moses Cook,” said Don Ridings, President of the Board of Directors, LSIC Alumni, and Partner at Covington & Burling LLP. “The Board is deeply grateful for Moses, his leadership, and the passion with which he led the organization.”
“This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial leader with a commitment to the mission of LSIC, a successful record of executive leadership, and deep experience and understanding of the Washington, D.C. legal community,” Ridings added.
LSIC’s Board of Directors has retained LeaderFit to manage the search. Potential candidates may view the complete job description and submit their online application here. All inquiries should be directed to Annie Czerwinski at firstname.lastname@example.org or Shaina Amaya at email@example.com.
About D.C. Law Students In Court
Since 1969, D.C. Law Students In Court’s 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. D.C. Law Students In Court has made “equal justice under law” a reality for thousands of our clients, and trained and inspired thousands of lawyers to protect the legal rights of the less fortunate. For additional information, please visit the website of LSIC.