Jane Larmon White has been the chief appellate attorney of the Public Defender Division of the Committee for Public Counsel Services since July, 2013. A graduate of Wellesley College and Georgetown University Law Center, she worked at a small litigation firm in Washington, D.C., for three years before joining the Appeals Unit of the Massachusetts Defenders Committee in 1981. She has worked most consistently in the Appeals Unit of CPCS since its founding, with full-time or part-time forays into the Trial Unit’s Salem office (briefly) and the Training Unit. She wrote and edited the quarterly CPCS Training Bulletins for several years, and has written and edited four editions of the CPCS Training Manual for Criminal Defense, as well as training materials for defense attorneys in post-conviction proceedings. She has lectured in continuing education programs for CPCS, MCLE, and MACDL.