Ainka Jackson is the executive director of the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation in Selma, Alabama. She was previously the metro guardian ad litem for the Metro Nashville Public Defender’s Office, where she represented children who had been abused or neglected. Prior to that position, she was a Department of Children’s Services Case Manager, a teacher, and an assistant public defender in the adult division.
A panel at the ABA Midyear Meeting talk about their varying involvement in public interest law and pro bono opportunities.
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