Melody Webb is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Harvard College. She is a winner of the Harry S. Truman Fellowship, a recipient of Harvard’s Irving S. Kaufman award, and a 2016 winner of Harvard Law School’s Gary Bellow Public Service Award.
In addition to her private practice, Melody engages in a diverse and wide ranging pro bono practice throughout the metropolitan D.C. community. She chairs Mothers Outreach Network, Inc., a Washington, D.C. based, non-profit organization. The mission of Mothers Outreach is to train disadvantaged job seekers in the law, to help them navigate employment barriers related to low-literacy, family responsibilities, and reentry from prison. She is the former Legal Director of the Employment Justice Center where she oversaw the operations and training of attorney volunteers for the workers’ rights clinics and engaged in community outreach on issues concerning criminal records discrimination. Melody is a pro bono mediator with the Maryland District Court ADR Program, and a member of the Community Mediation Program of Prince Georges County, Maryland.