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Rochelle is Director of the Access to Courts Program, which includes the Rights & Remedies listserv for public interest advocates. Previously, she was Directing Attorney of the Federal Rights Project at the National Senior Citizens Law Center and Senior Attorney at AARP Foundation Litigation. Rochelle has authored Supreme Court and appellate briefs addressing a wide range of access to justice issues in civil rights and safety net cases, including preemption, Section 1983, Ex parte Young, Due Process notice requirements, third party beneficiary claims, and standing. She has written numerous scholarly articles on court access issues, published in the Yale Law Journal Online, the Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law, the University of Toledo Law Review, the North Carolina Central Law Journal, and the poverty law journal Clearinghouse Review. She has provided national trainings for public interest advocates on court access issues, including webinars attended by hundreds of practitioners. Earlier, she litigated Title VII and Clean Water Act cases at Terris, Pravlik & Millian, and she began her law practice at the Legal Aid Bureau of Southern Maryland. Rochelle received her J.D. from Yale Law School and her B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago.