Devin Perry

Devin Perry serves as an Anti Human Trafficking Attorney Fellow with the Second Chance Project. After gaining valuable experience with the Constitutional Litigation Clinic, a joint initiative of NKU Chase College of Law and OJPC, Devin was deeply moved by OJPC’s mission and returned to the organization after practicing family law. In her current role, she provides essential legal services, outreach, and education, concentrating on the legal challenges faced by human trafficking survivors and addressing various civil legal issues stemming from victimization. Through her fellowship, Devin is working to broaden OJPC’s support for survivors in Montgomery County, Ohio, and to implement Safe Harbor Expungement processes in the county’s court systems.

In addition to her role at OJPC, Devin serves as a Commissioner on the Human Rights Commission for Covington, Kentucky, advocating against discrimination and striving to foster equity within the community.

During law school, Devin dedicated herself to serving underprivileged communities in Northern Kentucky and Ohio. Her experiences included internships with the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy and the Children’s Law Center, as well as an externship with the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. Before joining OJPC, Devin practiced family law, focusing on cases involving domestic violence, custody, dissolution, and divorce.

Devin earned her Bachelor’s of Science from Muskingum University and her Juris Doctorate from Northern Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law. At Chase, she held leadership roles in the Legal Association of Women, OutLaw, and the Public Advocacy Coalition. Devin volunteered extensively, including pro bono work with the Immigrant and Refugee Law Center and participation in the Street Law Diversion Program.

Outside of work, Devin enjoys gardening and caring for her two spoiled cats.