Aubrey Edwards-Luce

Senior Policy Attorney
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609

Aubrey Edwards-Luce is a senior policy attorney at Children’s Law Center. Aubrey advocates with DC government agencies and the DC Council to improve services and supports for the District’s most vulnerable children and families, including children at-risk of human trafficking. She joined Children’s Law Center in 2014 and gained two years of experience in the Guardian ad Litem Project, where she represented the best interests of children in abuse and neglect proceedings. During law school, Aubrey worked as a student attorney in two clinics: the Children and Family Advocacy Clinic and the Civil Justice Clinic-Juvenile Rights & Re-Entry Project. Through her clinic experiences she advocated for children and youth in the child welfare and delinquency systems and testified before a committee of the Missouri Senate about the negative impact of sentencing juveniles to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Prior to law school, Aubrey completed her MSW and worked at the St. Louis Crisis Nursery where she provided care for children at risk of abuse and neglect and crisis counseling for their parents and guardians. She also worked as the Annual Report Coordinator at the Center for Violence and Injury Prevention.

Education: 
Washington University Law School, JD
George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University, MSW
Washington University in St. Louis, BA , Philosophy and Psychology