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Brian Reichart


Brian Reichart is a clinical teaching fellow and supervising attorney at The Community Justice Project, a legal clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.  Prior to joining the Community Justice Project, Brian was in private practice at a law firm in Washington, DC.  In private practice, Brian advised clients on a range of issues including international trade, national security, and securities enforcement matters. Brian also represented pro bono clients in family law, landlord-tenant, and clemency matters. While attending law school, Brian served as Chief of Staff at a global non-profit organization and, later, a technology trade association. Brian graduated from Georgetown University Law Center's evening program, where he received the Joyce Chiang Memorial Award for his commitment to public service. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.Brian Reichart is a clinical teaching fellow and supervising attorney at The Community Justice Project, a legal clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.  Prior to joining the Community Justice Project, Brian was in private practice at a law firm in Washington, DC.  In private practice, Brian advised clients on a range of issues including international trade, national security, and securities enforcement matters. Brian also represented pro bono clients in family law, landlord-tenant, and clemency matters. While attending law school, Brian served as Chief of Staff at a global non-profit organization and, later, a technology trade association. Brian graduated from Georgetown University Law Center's evening program, where he received the Joyce Chiang Memorial Award for his commitment to public service. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.Brian Reichart is a clinical teaching fellow and supervising attorney at The Community Justice Project, a legal clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.  Prior to joining the Community Justice Project, Brian was in private practice at a law firm in Washington, DC.  In private practice, Brian advised clients on a range of issues including international trade, national security, and securities enforcement matters. Brian also represented pro bono clients in family law, landlord-tenant, and clemency matters. While attending law school, Brian served as Chief of Staff at a global non-profit organization and, later, a technology trade association. Brian graduated from Georgetown University Law Center's evening program, where he received the Joyce Chiang Memorial Award for his commitment to public service. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.Brian Reichart is a clinical teaching fellow and supervising attorney at The Community Justice Project, a legal clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.  Prior to joining the Community Justice Project, Brian was in private practice at a law firm in Washington, DC.  In private practice, Brian advised clients on a range of issues including international trade, national security, and securities enforcement matters. Brian also represented pro bono clients in family law, landlord-tenant, and clemency matters. While attending law school, Brian served as Chief of Staff at a global non-profit organization and, later, a technology trade association. Brian graduated from Georgetown University Law Center's evening program, where he received the Joyce Chiang Memorial Award for his commitment to public service. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.