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Stacey Eunnae
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Stacey K. Eunnae
Clinical Instructor, Supervising Attorney, LLM Fellow

Stacey Eunnae is a Clinical Instructor and Supervising Attorney in the Juvenile and Special Education Law Clinic at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC-DCSL). In her current position, Stacey supervises law students representing families in their special education and school discipline cases and co-teaches the classroom component of the clinic. At UDC-DCSL, Stacey is also currently pursuing an LL.M degree in clinical instruction and systems change.

Prior to joining UDC-DCSL, Stacey worked for two years as a staff attorney for Advocates for Justice and Education, Inc. (AJE), a non-profit organization and parent training information (PTI) center in the District of Columbia. At AJE, Stacey provided direct advocacy and support to more than 150 students and their families on critical cases involving educational placements, and she successfully represented clients in school discipline hearings before charter school boards and administrative law judges, as well as in special education due process proceedings. Stacey has testified before the D.C. Council Committee on Education on legislative and policy matters and she has conducted multiple community trainings on representing families in school discipline cases.

Stacey received her bachelor's degree in Women Studies at the College of William & Mary, and her Juris Doctorate degree from Georgetown University Law Center. During law school, Stacey represented clients facing parole revocation hearings before the U.S. Parole Commission and supported senior staff attorneys litigating criminal felony trials as a law clerk for the Public Defender Service of DC.

Stacey is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia and Commonwealth of Virginia.

 

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