Kacey Mordecai is an Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills at Howard University School of Law. Professor Mordecai started her career as a Staff Attorney at Juvenile Law Center, a public interest law firm for children, where she used litigation, appellate advocacy and policy reform to fight for children in the child welfare and justice systems. Prior to joining Howard University School of Law, she served as a Senior Staff Attorney at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights where she litigated before the Inter-American and African regional human rights systems. Professor Mordecai earned her J.D. from Georgetown Law, where she taught the 2019-20 Human Rights Fact-Finding Project as an Adjunct Professor, and her B.A. from the University of Chicago.