At 32, Lauren Sudeall Lucas has lived in seven cities in her pursuit of an education and career: New Haven, New York, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, Washington and Atlanta.

She moved to Atlanta in 2007 to become a staff attorney at the Southern Center for Human Rights, where she represents prisoners on death row. She also has taken a lead role in Flournoy v. State, a class action brought by the Southern Center and several private attorneys last December on behalf of indigent inmates invoking their right to state-funded counsel to appeal their convictions.

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