Blake Feldman is the Advocacy Coordinator for Criminal Justice Reform at the ACLU of Mississippi and a recent graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law. He has volunteered twice for the Orleans Public Defenders in Louisiana and once for the Capital Post-Conviction Counsel in Mississippi. Through law school clinics, he interned with both the public defender office in Athens, GA and the Federal Defender Program in Atlanta, GA, and he was a summer intern for the Bronx Defenders in 2014. He has assisted in the defense of clients prosecuted by the U.S. government for felony drug and sex crimes as well as clients prosecuted at the state level for crimes ranging from disorderly conduct to capital homicide. As a law student, he served as a legislative fellow for a Georgia State Representative, Incarceration Chair of Georgia Law’s American Constitution Society and President of the Public Interest Law Council.