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Doreen Odom

Practising Law Institute

New York, NY, USA


Doreen Odom is a Program Attorney responsible for developing and planning pro bono and skills programs. Before joining PLI, Doreen was a staff attorney in the Homeowner & Consumer Rights Project of Queens Legal Services, a nonprofit provider of civil legal services, where she litigated predatory lending cases, represented homeowners in foreclosure settlement conferences, worked on legislative issues and spearheaded community outreach and education efforts. Doreen previously worked at LexisNexis, where she created and provided customized client trainings. She has worked as an associate at Pillsbury Winthrop, LLP and as a Kirkland & Ellis Public Service Fellow at The Legal Aid Society.

Doreen received her BA in History and African-American Studies from Brown University, her JD from Columbia Law School and is admitted to practice in New York.
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