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Judy London

Adjunct Faculty

Judy London B.A. Stanford University, 1985
J.D. UCLA School of Law, 1990
UCLA Faculty Since 2007
jlondon@publiccounsel.org
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Judy London co-teaches the Asylum Clinic, a joint project between UCLA School of Law and Los Angeles-based Public Counsel, the largest public interest law firm in the country. Judy London is the Directing Attorney of Public Counsel’s Immigrants’ Rights Project which provides legal services for low-income immigrants.

London has extensive experience both with individual client representation and class action litigation, including legal representation before the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration Courts and in federal court. As the IRP Directing Attorney, London supervises a staff of lawyers and is very active in training pro bono attorneys to represent indigent clients. She graduated from UCLA School of Law in 1990 and did her undergraduate work at Stanford University.