Spring 2019 Critical Race Theory - Melvin Kelley IV

Thursday, April 4th, 2019 @ 4:20pm to 6:20pm
William C. Warren Hall, Levien Room
Apr 04
Thursday, April 4th, 2019 @ 4:20pm to 6:20pm
William C. Warren Hall, Levien Room
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April 4th

William C. Warren Hall

Levien Lounge – 10th Floor

4:20pmpril 4th

William C. Warren Hall

Levien Lounge – 10th Floor

4:20pm

 

Melvin Kelley is a Visiting Assistant Professor and an Elizabeth Ann Zitrin Teaching Fellow with the Northeastern University School of Law's Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project. A graduate of Columbia Law School, he previously served as a staff attorney with the Connecticut Fair Housing Center in Hartford, and as an ACLU Social Justice Fellow for a year after law school. Kelley is a certified human rights advocate as well as a certified public defender. The fellowship trains an aspiring law teacher in teaching, scholarship and lawyering, and provides time for research and writing on a civil rights or criminal justice topic. Kelley is co-teaching the CRRJ clinic and managing a variety of CRRJ projects . He is also training students handling CRRJ cases on a day-to-day basis, helping them improve their lawyering skills, including legal research and writing, factual research and interviewing.

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Megan Margaret Cheah [email protected]

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