Director of Treatment Facilities Program
Kim Mosolf came to Disability Rights Washington in January 2015 after practicing law in New York for the previous eight years. As a lawyer, she has worked to promote the rights of sex workers, people receiving government benefits, parents accused of abuse and neglect, those convicted of serious crimes, and people with mental illness. Most recently, Kim served as the Supervising Attorney for Civil Legal Services at Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem, a nationally-recognized public defender organization. She previously served as a Staff Attorney with the Brooklyn Defender Services Family Defense practice. She has also worked as a Government Benefits Fellow at Legal Services of NYC and as a tenant advocate at both Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and the City Bar Justice Center/Legal Clinic for the Homeless. Kim received her B.A. from Columbia University in 2001 and graduated from Columbia Law School in 2006.