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David Udell is Executive Director of the National Center for Access to Justice, the national organization based at Fordham Law School that relies on data and advocacy to build a just and equitable society. David guides NCAJ’s Justice Index, and helps lead the NCAJ’s initiatives on curbing unjust fines and fees, authorizing professionals other than lawyers to respond to people’s unmet legal needs, and increasing access to justice in debt claims litigation. David is a member of the Advisory Committee of the National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel, and of the Advisory Committee of Voices for Civil Justice. He is a Co-Director of Fordham Law School’s A2J Initiative. He has served as Founder and Executive Director of the Justice Program of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School, Senior Attorney at Legal Services for the Elderly (NYC), and Managing Attorney at Mobilization for Justice (NYC). He is a graduate of NYU Law School.