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- Jonathan Smith Executive Director, Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia
- Paul Igasaki Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Equal Justice Works
- Susan Hoffman Partner, Crowell & Moring
- Matthew Pascocello Assistant Director, Office of Career and Professional Development, American University's Washington College of Law
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