Kacey Mordecai, JD


A graduate of Georgetown University’s Law School, Kacey’s previous experience includes internships at the Jamaican Council for Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and other human rights organizations.  She brings a unique combination of both international and domestic law experience, having also conducted research on the juvenile justice system and drafted a protocol for juvenile defenders at the Juvenile Justice Clinic at Georgetown.  She also participated in Georgetown’s Street Law Clinic where she taught high school students basic law. 

In July of 2016, Kacey accepted a position as Program Officer for the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights in Washington DC. Previously, Kacey worked at the Juvenile Law Center as a Staff Attorney.