Inés Kuperschmit co-founded Learning Rights Law Center together with Janeen Steel in 2005. Between May 2006 and October 2018, Ines served Learning Rights Law Center as Deputy Director, Board Member, and Co-Executive Director for Management and Operations.
Ines started her career as a Skadden Fellow at Public Counsel, where she represented youth in the juvenile justice and foster care system who suffer from mental health problems or developmental disabilities. Ines enjoys teaching as much as she does lawyering, having taught a graduate course at Antioch University and co-teaching the Education Law Clinic at UCLA School of Law. She also co-taught the USC Special Education Advocates Training Program (SEAT), which aims to increase and professionalize special education advocacy in California, and eventually nationwide.
Inés was born in Argentina and raised in Washington, D.C. She graduated from the UCLA School of Law in 2002 where she was in the Epstein Program for Public Interest Law and Policy (PILP). She received her bachelor of arts degree with high honors from the University of Virginia. Inés enjoys political activism, community development, and exploring Los Angeles with her four children.