Fawn Jade Koopman is a staff attorney at the San Francisco office of Bay Area Legal Aid, a legal services agency providing free legal assistance to low-income individuals. Fawn received her J.D. from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She is licensed in both Hawaiʻi and California, and moved to the Bay Area last year.
Since 2012, Fawn has been representing survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking in their family law and immigration cases. Fawn has provided a variety of trainings on domestic violence theory and practice for attorneys, judges, public servants, domestic violence agencies, and direct service providers. She also drafted Hawaiʻi's first Address Confidentiality Program bill for the Women's Legislative Caucus, and chaired a public interest grant making organization responsible for providing over 5,000 hours per year of pro bono work.