2019 Community-Oriented Defender (COD) Network Conference 
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Jamie Argento Rodriguez

The Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia
Chief, Community Defender Division
Washington DC
Jamie Argento Rodriguez is the chief of the Community Defender Division at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. The goal of the Community Defender Division is to provide representation for individuals who are seeking to address the collateral consequences and barriers to reentry that result from involvement in the criminal and juvenile legal systems. Ms. Argento Rodriguez conducts trainings for judges and attorneys in local and national audiences and has been a featured presenter at the National Legal Aid & Defender Association’s Substantive Law Conference, the National Juvenile Defender Center’s Annual Leadership Summit, the American Bar Association, and the Louisiana Judicial College and Louisiana State Bar Association’s Joint Summer School. Ms. Argento Rodriguez earned her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law and her bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics from George Mason University.