Kendrick D. Holley is a Staff Attorney for the Litigation Program at Government Accountability Project. Kendrick brings nearly a decade of legal advocacy, organizing, and public interest experience to Government Accountability Project’s staff.
Prior to joining Government Accountability Project, Kendrick co-chaired the DC Advisory Board for the United States Commission on Civil Rights, which worked to evaluate and recommend policy changes in Washington, DC. In conjunction with his duties on the commission, Kendrick also served as a Project Attorney for a firm tasked with adjudicating and resolving claims on behalf of the Department of Education against educational institutions that defrauded borrowers who enrolled in their schools. Along with Kendrick’s legal work, his history also includes stints at the American Civil Liberties Union, Climate Action Campaign, Democracy Alliance, and Organizing for America prior to joining the team. With a robust understanding of legal advocacy, grassroots campaigning, and justice reform mediums, Kendrick brings a uniquely diverse view to the staff and continues to use that lens to inform and support the litigation and advocacy work at Government Accountability Project.
Kendrick is a Washington, DC native and received his J.D. from the University of the District of Columbia – David A. Clarke School of Law focusing on civil rights and public interest. Kendrick is licensed to practice law in Washington, DC.