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Renee Pasciak

  • Hosted by Legal Action of Wisconsin
  • Sponsored by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime
  • Service location Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Law school University of Wisconsin Law School
  • Issue area Crime Victims Advocacy
  • Fellowship class year 2023
  • Program Crime Victims Advocacy Program

The Project

Renee’s (she/her) project will assist Black women in Milwaukee who are crime victims as they exercise their rights.

Fellowship Plans

Renee will provide direct representation to crime victims in court, asserting their rights as they wish. She will also act as a liaison with the District Attorney’s office and court on matters of confidentiality, privacy, and safety. She will work within the community to increase awareness of the services offered by Legal Action of Wisconsin and build partnerships to better serve this population.

Getting my J.D. was a career change for me—I have over a decade of work experience within Milwaukee's nonprofit community and wanted to expand my skillset to better aid those in need. The Equal Justice Works Fellowship is a great way for me to build connections and expand on my past work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Renee Pasciak /
2023 Crime Victims Advocacy Program Fellow

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