Ndidi N. Moses, past president of the Connecticut Bar Association, is an Assistant United States Attorney and the Civil Rights Coordinator for the Civil Division at the United States Attorney’s Office in New Haven.
She serves as chair of the Judicial Selection Commission and is past President of the George W. Crawford Black Bar Association. Moses sits as a board member of the Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund and the Connecticut Appleseed Foundation, where she is the Chair of the Homeless Experience Legal Protection Project.
In 2009, the Connecticut State Conference of the NAACP recognized Attorney Moses as among 100 of the Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut. In 2005, she received the Joseph F. Noonan Award for Outstanding Legal Scholarship and Commitment to Public Service and a proclamation from Governor M. Jodi Rell, recognizing her dedication to public service and naming May 22, 2005, Ndidi Moses Day in the State of Connecticut.
Moses received her B.A. from Penn State and earned her J.D. from the University Of Connecticut School of Law, where she was a John C. Brittan Scholar.
She also serves on the Executive Council of the National Conference of Bar Presidents.
From the National Conference of Bar Presidents Midyear (ncbp.org): Judge Michael Burton and Ndidi Moses converse with Farrah Fite about how using design thinking led to major shifts in communications and access to justice.
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