Jenny Chou

Deputy Director

Jenny Chou joined SCCLS as the Deputy Director of SCCLS in July 2020. As Deputy Director, Jenny is part of the senior management team focusing on organizational development and DEI efforts. Jenny most recently was a Senior Attorney and Racial Justice Fellow at the Center for Law and Education, where  her legal work focused on ensuring a quality education for public school students, in particular students who are most impacted by exclusionary policies and practices that adversely affect their educational opportunities. Jenny also led CLE’s Pro Bono Education Law Project in partnership with Choate, Hall and Stewart and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School. Prior to joining CLE, Jenny directed the EdLaw Project where she represented low-income, mostly court-involved students in Boston who were deprived of an effective education. Her work at the EdLaw Project was recognized through the Jay D. Blitzman Youth Advocacy Award. Jenny brings other legal experience including  AAPI focused legal initiatives at the Asian Outreach Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services, consulting for  MLP Boston, criminal and civil litigation at Stern, Shapiro, Weissberg and Garin and at the Legal Aid Society in NY. She has also worked in marketing for a software company and co-founded an internet e-commerce company. Jenny is a graduate of Wellesley College and Boston College Law School.

Jenny Chou joined SCCLS as the Deputy Director of SCCLS in July 2020. As Deputy Director, Jenny is part of the senior management team focusing on organizational development and DEI efforts. Jenny most recently was a Senior Attorney and Racial Justice Fellow at the Center for Law and Education, where  her legal work focused on ensuring a quality education for public school students, in particular students who are most impacted by exclusionary policies and practices that adversely affect their educational opportunities. Jenny also led CLE’s Pro Bono Education Law Project in partnership with Choate, Hall and Stewart and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School. Prior to joining CLE, Jenny directed the EdLaw Project where she represented low-income, mostly court-involved students in Boston who were deprived of an effective education. Her work at the EdLaw Project was recognized through the Jay D. Blitzman Youth Advocacy Award. Jenny brings other legal experience including  AAPI focused legal initiatives at the Asian Outreach Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services, consulting for  MLP Boston, criminal and civil litigation at Stern, Shapiro, Weissberg and Garin and at the Legal Aid Society in NY. She has also worked in marketing for a software company and co-founded an internet e-commerce company. Jenny is a graduate of Wellesley College and Boston College Law School.

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Jenny Chou

Deputy Director

Jenny Chou joined SCCLS as the Deputy Director of SCCLS in July 2020. As Deputy Director, Jenny is part of the senior management team focusing on organizational development and DEI efforts. Jenny most recently was a Senior Attorney and Racial Justice Fellow at the Center for Law and Education, where  her legal work focused on ensuring a quality education for public school students, in particular students who are most impacted by exclusionary policies and practices that adversely affect their educational opportunities. Jenny also led CLE’s Pro Bono Education Law Project in partnership with Choate, Hall and Stewart and the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School. Prior to joining CLE, Jenny directed the EdLaw Project where she represented low-income, mostly court-involved students in Boston who were deprived of an effective education. Her work at the EdLaw Project was recognized through the Jay D. Blitzman Youth Advocacy Award. Jenny brings other legal experience including  AAPI focused legal initiatives at the Asian Outreach Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services, consulting for  MLP Boston, criminal and civil litigation at Stern, Shapiro, Weissberg and Garin and at the Legal Aid Society in NY. She has also worked in marketing for a software company and co-founded an internet e-commerce company. Jenny is a graduate of Wellesley College and Boston College Law School.