Carmen Green is a Madison Fellow at Americans United for Separation of Church and State. She litigates church-state cases at trial and on appeal.
Carmen earned her J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center in 2014. At Georgetown, she was the executive director of Barristers’ Council, the student-led organization overseeing Georgetown’s participation in moot court, mock trial, and advanced dispute resolution competitions. As a moot court competitor, Carmen was the national champion in the 2014 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition. She also served as the Senior Articles Editor on the American Criminal Law Review, interned with the Department of Justice and the Tahirih Justice Center, and had her note, on the education rights of homeschooled students, published in the Georgetown Law Journal. Carmen earned her B.A., summa cum laude, in Government from Patrick Henry College.
After graduating from law school, Carmen served a one-year clerkship with the Honorable Phyllis Thompson of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Carmen is admitted to the Virginia Bar only and is supervised by Richard Katskee, a member of the D.C. bar.