CCLS Administration
Katherine Klein
Catherine Klein
Director, Columbus Community Legal Services; Director, Families and the Law Clinic; and Professor of Law Professor
Klein teaches and supervises students working on a variety of family cases. She works in cooperation with other community advocates to improve services and remedies for victims of domestic violence. To view Catherine’s full faculty page, click here
 

Supervising Attorney
Paul Kurth
Paul Kurth
Managing Director, Columbus Community Legal Services, and Director and Supervising Attorney, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Paul Kurth is the Managing Director of Columbus Community Legal Services. In conjunction with his position as Managing Director of CCLS, Paul supervises students in representing clients in matters relating to tax controversies with the IRS and local jurisdictions. He has also worked in conjunction with the Families and the Law Clinic to provide services to domestic violence victims with regard to their consumer rights. To view Paul’s full faculty page, click here.

 

 

Supervising Attorney
Stacy Brustin
Stacy Brustin
Director, Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Clinic, and Associate Professor of Law
Professor Brustin teaches and supervises students working on civil cases in D.C. Superior. She specializes in domestic relations, employment, and public benefits matters, but also has a background in working with immigrants and refugees. To view Stacy’s full faculty page, click here.
 
 
Supervising Attorney
Laila Leigh
Laila Leigh
Supervising Attorney, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, and Qualified Tax Expert
Laila Leigh serves as the Qualified Tax Expert/Supervising Attorney for the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic of CCLS. Leigh supervises students in representing clients with federal income tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Tax Court. Additionally, Leigh supervises and supports students and post-graduate fellows in Columbus Community Legal Services’ community education and outreach initiatives. To view Laila's full faculty page, click here