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CLiME Profiles

David Dante Troutt is professor of law (Justice John J. Francis Scholar) and the founding director of the Rutgers Center on Law in Metropolitan Equity (CLiME). He teaches and writes in four areas of primary interest: the metropolitan dimensions of race, class and legal structure; intellectual property; Torts; and critical legal theory.
Dr. Jeffrey R. Backstrand is a specialist in quantitative research methods, and has considerable knowledge and experience in the areas of public health nutrition and nutritional epidemiology. He is a fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology, and former chair of the Public Health Nutrition Research Interest Group of the American Society of Nutrition.
A nationally-recognized expert in civil rights, Elise Boddie joined the faculty of Rutgers Law School-Newark in 2013 as an Associate Professor of Law where she teaches constitutional law, civil rights, and state and local government law.
Jon C. Dubin is the Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Alfred C. Clapp Public Service Scholar. A Clinical Director and tenured, full Professor of Law for over twenty years, he has published over a dozen law review articles and several co-authored books, and won national awards for his scholarship, public interest lawyering and contributions to clinical legal education.
Douglas S. Eakeley joined the Law School in 2012 as the first occupant of the Alan V. Lowenstein Chair in Corporate and Business Law, after several decades in private practice specializing in complex commercial litigation. He is the founder and co-director of the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance.
Mr. Kim-Prieto provides reference services and library instruction and teaches a course on Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research.
Randi Mandelbaum has devoted her career to working with children and families. As the founding director of the Child Advocacy Clinic, she spearheads a unique clinical program, which is aimed at comprehensively addressing the needs of low-income children and their families.
Lindsey M. McDougle is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers University-Newark.
Dr. Domingo Morel's research program and teaching portfolio focus on racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, education politics and public policy. Specifically, his research explores the ways state policies help expand or diminish political inequality among historically marginalized populations.
Jeena Shah practiced as an international human rights attorney at the Center for Constitutional rights, where she represented foreign victims of human rights violations.
David Dante Troutt is professor of law (Justice John J. Francis Scholar) and the founding director of the Rutgers Center on Law in Metropolitan Equity (CLiME). He teaches and writes in four areas of primary interest: the metropolitan dimensions of race, class and legal structure; intellectual property; Torts; and critical legal theory.
Dr. Jeffrey R. Backstrand is a specialist in quantitative research methods, and has considerable knowledge and experience in the areas of public health nutrition and nutritional epidemiology. He is a fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology, and former chair of the Public Health Nutrition Research Interest Group of the American Society of Nutrition.
A nationally-recognized expert in civil rights, Elise Boddie joined the faculty of Rutgers Law School-Newark in 2013 as an Associate Professor of Law where she teaches constitutional law, civil rights, and state and local government law.
Jon C. Dubin is the Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Alfred C. Clapp Public Service Scholar. A Clinical Director and tenured, full Professor of Law for over twenty years, he has published over a dozen law review articles and several co-authored books, and won national awards for his scholarship, public interest lawyering and contributions to clinical legal education.
Douglas S. Eakeley joined the Law School in 2012 as the first occupant of the Alan V. Lowenstein Chair in Corporate and Business Law, after several decades in private practice specializing in complex commercial litigation. He is the founder and co-director of the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance.
Mr. Kim-Prieto provides reference services and library instruction and teaches a course on Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research.
Randi Mandelbaum has devoted her career to working with children and families. As the founding director of the Child Advocacy Clinic, she spearheads a unique clinical program, which is aimed at comprehensively addressing the needs of low-income children and their families.
Lindsey M. McDougle is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers University-Newark.
Dr. Domingo Morel's research program and teaching portfolio focus on racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, education politics and public policy. Specifically, his research explores the ways state policies help expand or diminish political inequality among historically marginalized populations.
Jeena Shah practiced as an international human rights attorney at the Center for Constitutional rights, where she represented foreign victims of human rights violations.

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