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Main Content Millicent Newhouse, Acting Assistant Dean for Career Development

Millicent received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law. Millicent has extensive public-sector legal experience, having worked for a number of years in legal aid as a staff attorney and in management positions. Millicent began her legal career with the Washington State Attorney General’s office handling child abuse cases and in the Education Division advising colleges and universities; she was also in charge of all attorney and law student recruitment and hiring for the Attorney General’s Office. In addition, Millicent has served as an administrative law judge with the Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings and as the director of the career development office with the University of Washington School of Law. Millicent has taught in paralegal programs and is currently teaching externship courses at the law school. Millicent has been active in a wide variety of bar and community service organizations and is currently volunteering with the Washington Council of Lawyers and as a board member with the Baltimore Child Abuse Center.

Jernee Bramble, Associate Director

Jernee brings to the office more than 10 years of law firm experience, in which she focused on the professional development and legal training of attorneys. After completing her undergraduate education, Jernee joined the Recruiting and Marketing Department of Swidler Berlin (now merged with Bingham McCutchen LLP), where she oversaw the legal training initiatives in both the Washington, D.C., and New York offices. Jernee then worked at the law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, where she was responsible for training initiatives and the professional development of attorneys in the Washington, D.C., office. In addition, she served as a liaison to Willkie’s Womens’ Initiative, Professional Development and Diversity committees. In her current role, Jernee continues her commitment to professional development and diversity initiatives.

Emily Rogers, Associate Director

Emily received her J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and has an extensive background in immigration law and public policy. She assisted in the management of immigration case work as a legislative intern in the district office of U.S. Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas during his previous tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives. Thereafter, she worked as a law clerk for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Office of Chief Counsel, as well as for the U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review. Emily also worked on Capitol Hill, performing policy, lobbying and regulatory work for a major trade association. As an associate director in the LCDO, Emily helps manage the EXPLOR Program and coordinates public-interest programming and events. Her diverse legal experiences allow her to counsel students on both traditional and nontraditional career paths, and as a recent graduate she understands the challenges faced by the current generation of law students and graduates.

Alyson Todd, Associate Director

Alyson received her J.D. from the University of Chicago. She is a former commercial litigation associate with a large firm and a boutique trial firm and practiced in the areas of product liability, antitrust, employment and insurance coverage law. Alyson then worked as a legal search consultant for law firms and corporations in the Washington, D.C., metro region. In this role she acquired a broad understanding of the variety of legal specialties, as well as expert knowledge about the hiring practices of employers in the region, including large and boutique law firms, corporate law departments and federal agencies, and assisted hundreds of attorneys with their job search. In her current role, Alyson develops resources, programming, publications and counseling tools that prepare students for success beyond law school.