American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho – Boise, Idaho
B.S., University of Virginia, ’99;
J.D., University of Idaho, ’06
Ritchie Eppink is the Legal Director of the ACLU of Idaho, where he practices in litigation and policy advocacy exclusively in the areas of constitutional law, civil rights and civil liberties, and deterring government misconduct. He was previously the Justice Architect for Idaho Legal Aid Services, where he coordinated statewide community-based lawyering efforts and major impact litigation aimed at securing economic justice for poor and oppressed families in Idaho. Mr. Eppink has represented groups and classes including adults with developmental disabilities throughout the state of Idaho, entire housing communities threatened with eviction, Occupy Boise, and every prisoner at Idaho’s largest prison.