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Law Practice

Jun. 19, 2020

An interview with: Dylan Nicole de Kervor of the Civil Rights Division of the US Department of Justice

A conversation with a civil rights attorney about how she navigated intersecting traumas and gifts of growing up in Berkeley and Oakland, then decided to pursue a career with federal government in D.C.

NEGOTIATING TRAUMA & THE LAW

Mallika Kaur: Let's begin where it began for you: You grew up not far from where you went to law school. And you did a dual degree at UC Berkeley. Can you speak to those decisions?

Dylan de Kervor: Yes, I grew up in Oakland and Berkeley. And because of my background I knew that I wanted to probably advocate for unpopular ...

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