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Alice Bussiere

Youth Law Center
Staff Attorney
San Francisco, CA, USA

Alice Bussiere has been a staff attorney at the Youth Law Center since 2000.  The Youth Law Center (YLC) is a public interest law firm that works to protect children in the nation’s foster care and justice systems, from abuse or neglect and to ensure that they receive the support and services they need to become healthy and productive and adults. 

Ms. Bussiere joined the Youth Law Center from the Child Care Law Center where she was the managing attorney.  Before that, she was a staff attorney at the National Center for Youth Law where she worked on health care, public benefits, child welfare, and other issues that affect low-income children.  Ms. Bussiere has served as litigation director and training director for Texas Legal Services Center, a state support office for legal services programs in Texas and as a supervising attorney and lecturer in clinical studies at Yale Law School.  At Yale, she supervised students in the Legal Assistance, Mental Hospital Legal Services, and Children's Rights clinics.  Ms. Bussiere began her legal career in civil legal assistance programs in New Haven and Waterbury, Connecticut where she represented low-income clients on a variety of civil matters.


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