Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Record

Presenter Bio - Annie Hudson-Price, Attorney at Law – Latham & Watkins law firm sponsored Equal Justice Works Fellow with Public Law Center Los Angeles

Annie graduated with a BA from Yale University in 2007 and a JD from Harvard Law School in 2013. Before law school she worked as a research assistant for journalist Philip Gourevitch on his book Standard Operating Procedure, focusing on the events surrounding the infamous photographs taken of and by American military at Abu Ghraib. During law school she worked for the Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) and for the Special Litigation Department of the Public Defender for the District of Columbia (PDS). She also provided civil legal services to under-served populations as a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and served on the board of the Prison Legal Assistance Project. Since September 2013, Annie has worked at Public Counsel in Los Angeles as an Equal Justice Works fellow, focusing on justice-involved veterans, their civil legal needs, and the promotion of Veterans Treatment Courts. To that end, she has been involved in drafting legislation, providing direct legal services, presenting at conferences, and working with graduate schools of law and social work to develop clinical and academic curricula. She currently serves as the co-chair of the Legal and Reentry Committee of the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative and is licensed to practice law in the state of California.