Jessica Kitson is the Managing Attorney at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, where she oversees the New Jersey Human Trafficking Victims' Legal Assistance Program. Jessica also serves as a faculty consultant with the Survivor Reentry Project, a national training and technical assistance initiative on post-conviction advocacy for survivors of trafficking. Prior to joining VLJ, Jessica was director of the Eric R. Neisser Public Interest Program at Rutgers Law School, where she oversaw all public interest and pro bono programming, in addition to serving as director and supervising attorney of the law school’s Domestic Violence Advocacy Project, a pro bono program she helped create as a law student. She was previously at the law firm of Duane Morris LLP as public interest counsel and has also served as an adjunct professor, teaching seminars on domestic violence law and human trafficking. Jessica is a member of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Task Force, the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts, and the Rutgers Law School Alumni Association’s Board of Trustees. She received her BA in history and women's studies from Rutgers College and her JD from Rutgers Law School.