Staff

Mark P. Smith
Vice President, The Center for American and International Law
Director, Institute for Law and Technology
msmith@cailaw.org
+1.972.244.3413

Mark Smith is Vice President of The Center for American and International Law. He serves as Dean of The Center’s Academy of American and International Law, and directs The Center’s Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law as well as the Institute for Law and Technology. He is also responsible for The Center’s programs on Actual Innocence. Mark previously was the Executive Director of The West Virginia State Bar and served as Assistant to the Executive Director of the American Bar Association. He has chaired the Dallas Committee for International Visitors and was President of the Volunteer Center of Collin County. He has taught public sector strategic planning and contemporary American conflicts at the University of Texas at Dallas and served on the Board of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth. Mark received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University and law degree from Yale University.

Wendy Castellana
Director, Criminal Law Programs,
The Center for American and International Law
wcastellana@cailaw.org
+1.972.244.3439

Wendy Smith Castellana is the Director of Criminal Law Programs for The Center for American and International Law. Licensed for 20 years before joining The Center, Wendy is a life fellow with the Texas Bar Foundation and the Dallas Bar Foundation. Prior to joining The Center, she was with the Dallas office of Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, and its predecessor Legal Services of North Texas, for 10 years. She received her undergraduate and J.D. degrees from Baylor University.

IB Stanley-Ikhilioju
Staff Assistant, Criminal Law Programs and Actual Innocence Programs,
The Center for American and International Law
istanley-ikhilioju@cailaw.org
+1.972.244.3415

IB joined the joined the Center in 2010. She currently works as a staff assistant for our Criminal Law and Actual Innocence Programs. These programs are funded by a grant from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.

Moin Baig
Staff Assistant (Part-time), Criminal Law Programs and Actual Innocence Programs,
The Center for American and International Law
mbaig@cailaw.org
+1.972.244.3408