Jeanne LoCicero is the Deputy Legal Director of the ACLU of New Jersey. She appears in courts, engages in policy advocacy, and speaks on a wide range of civil rights and civil liberties issues. Her recent work includes protecting and expanding the rights of immigrants, LGBTQ people, youth, and people who are incarcerated. She also manages legal staff and supervises the intake department. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association where she serves in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights and the Individual Rights sections, and on the Pro Bono Committee. LoCicero began her legal career as a legal fellow at the ACLU of Alabama after graduating with highest honors from Rutgers School of Law – Newark. She then spent three years in private practice and joined the ACLU of New Jersey in 2004.