Lorilei Williams

Lorilei Williams
Lorilei Williams
Lorilei Williams
Training Attorney

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Lorilei Williams

Lorilei Williams is an attorney, abolitionist, and artist dedicated to teaching legal advocates how to engage in trauma-informed and anti-racist advocacy in their individual capacities and collectively as movement lawyers in nonprofit spaces. Lorilei has over a decade of professional experiences in immigration advocacy, ranging from volunteer to director, at numerous nonprofit organizations across the country, including the Southern Poverty Law Center and Legal Services NYC. Lorilei has been a strategic accomplice to migrants across the nation, including in rural farms in Upstate New York, migrant camps in Tijuana, and multiple detention settings, from unaccompanied minors shelters in Texas and New York to rural for-profit mass incarceration facilities in Georgia and Louisiana.

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