Malick Joof is an Appellate Paralegal with CLC’s Appellate Project. He supports attorneys through the logistical and procedural aspects of appellate practice and works with different attorneys throughout the organization. Prior to joining CLC in August 2021, Malick worked as a Civil Rights Litigation Paralegal assisting staff and trial attorneys litigating amongst other things First Amendment and Title VII issues on behalf of American Muslims. He also worked as a Bankruptcy Paralegal assisting trial and appellate attorneys representing the nation’s biggest financial and real estate institutions. Malick represented his college at the International Rounds of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in 2015, and has since volunteered as a Bailiff and currently as a Volunteer Judge grading both written memorials and oral arguments. Malick has taught Government and Commerce to grades 10 to 12 for nearly 4 years.
University of Gambia, LL.B., Bachelor of Laws