Jamila Johnson is the senior supervising attorney for criminal justice reform at Southern Poverty Law Center in Louisiana where she leads both litigation and legislative efforts to end mass incarceration. Prior to coming to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Ms. Johnson spent a decade litigating disputes with government in the Pacific Northwest and served on the board as the Vice-President of the ACLU of Washington. She has a law degree from University of Washington School of Law, and a degree in Mass Communication from Seattle University.
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- Netroots Nation 2018