Deputy Chief, Community Defender Division, Juvenile Services Program
Current employer, the Public Defender Service for DC, is listed only for identification purposes
Brittany Mobley is the Juvenile Services Program Deputy Chief within the Community Defender Division of the Public Defender Service (PDS).* She first joined the Juvenile Services Program for PDS in July 2015 as a staff attorney. Prior to PDS, Brittany was a senior attorney at the Children’s Law Center within their Guardian ad Litem Program representing children in the abuse and neglect system for about four years. Brittany joined the Children’s Law Center immediately after graduating from Howard University School of Law. While at Howard Law, she worked as a student attorney in the Criminal Justice Clinic representing adults in misdemeanor cases and also as a law clerk for PDS in both the Juvenile Services Program and the former Community Reentry Program.
Currently, Brittany sits on the Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness (PAIMI) Advisory Council, is the Vice-Chair of the Juvenile Justice Committee of the American Bar Association, is an advisory board member for the Mid-Atlantic Juvenile Defender Center and is a founding member and National Secretary of the Black Public Defender Association.
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