Program Director, OneJustice
Leigh Ferrin is a Program Director at OneJustice, where she focuses on supporting legal services organizations with their consumer law projects, implementing and expanding their systemic advocacy activities, and increasing pro bono involvement in California. Leigh began her career at the Public Law Center as an Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Legal Fellow focusing on foreclosure and bankruptcy, and eventually became the Directing Attorney of PLC’s Consumer Law unit. In 2019, she was named the Director of Litigation and Pro Bono, and in 2022, the Director of Legal Services, in which she supervised the legal work, including the systemic advocacy. She graduated from Pomona College in ’02 with a B.A. in Psychology, and from Loyola Law School in ’08. She was an editor on Loyola’s Entertainment Law Review and published an article, “Pencil Me In: The Use of Title IX and s. 1983 to Obtain Equal Treatment in High School Athletics Scheduling” in the Jan, ’07 edition of The Modern American.