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Logan Hambrick currently serves as Assistant Counsel for the Sang Defense Team at the International Criminal Court, working to defend Joshua Arap Sang, a broadcast journalist indicted for crimes against humanity during Kenya’s 2007-08 crisis. She previously worked at the Special Court for Sierra Leone, where she served as Co-Counsel for the Charles Taylor Defense Team. She is a co-founder and Director for AdvocAid, which advocates for women during and after incarceration. After law school, Hambrick worked as a law clerk at the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. Hambrick’s commitment to defense lawyering has inspired many because “her ability to represent controversial defendants in the name of fairness. She has helped shape history with her work and motivated others to reconsider how they see justice in the world.”
Hambrick earned her B.A. from Furman University and and J.D. from George Washington University Law School.
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