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Corinne Lundstrum

Corinne Lundstrum

Center for Family Representation
Litigation Supervisor
Jamaica, NY, USA

Corinne Lundstrum, is a Litigation Supervisor at the Center for Family Representation (CFR). She directly supervises staff attorneys and participates in various training and policy initiatives with CFR staff and outside agencies. Ms. Lundstrum began working at CFR as a senior staff attorney in 2007. In September of 2010, Ms. Lundstrum left her position at CFR for Houston, Texas and was admitted to practice law in Texas in May of 2011. Ms. Lundstrum held the position of staff attorney on the Protection and Civil Rights Team at Disability Rights Texas the federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A) for people with disabilities in Texas. While in Texas, Ms. Lundstrum volunteered as a court appointed guardian ad-litem for children living in foster care in Harris County, Texas. In March 2013, Ms. Lundstrum returned to CFR.

Prior to coming to CFR in 2007, Ms. Lundstrum represented low-income women in a variety of matters and has practiced in three of the four law departments in New York State. At Nassau/Suffolk Law Services (NSLS), Ms. Lundstrum assisted people living with HIV or AIDS who had or were planning to have minor children, in family court, landlord-tenant and other matters. Prior to that, Ms. Lundstrum represented domestic violence survivors at My Sister’s Place in Westchester County and at Legal Assistance of the Finger Lakes, in an AmeriCorps program. She graduated from St. John’s Law School and Fordham University. While in law school Ms. Lundstrum participated in New York Legal Assistance Group’s (NYLAG) Domestic Violence Clinic. On June 8, 2010, Ms. Lundstrum received NYLAG’s Fight for Justice Award, which recognizes clinic alumni for their commitment to the families of New York City.

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