Global Partner-in-Charge of Pro Bono, Jones Day
Laura Tuell is the Global Partner-in-Charge of Pro Bono at Jones Day. Laura has long been one of the Firm's most active pro bono practitioners. She has represented numerous immigrants seeking asylum, particularly women seeking protection against gender persecution. Laura also has experience in housing discrimination, landlord-tenant law, death penalty issues, police reform, human trafficking, hate crimes, and general poverty law issues. Laura has served on the board of directors of numerous nonprofit organizations and is currently on the board of PILnet and Bread for the City. Among many awards for her efforts, she was named D.C. Bar Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year.
Speaking at Showcasing Cross Border Collaborations & Sustainable Partnerships, Tuesday, October 18