Ann Shalleck

Ann Shalleck

director, Women and the Law Program; professor of law; Carrington Shields Scholar

Area of Expertise:
Clinical education, family law, child welfare, legal education, gender and law
Additional Information:
Ann Shalleck is director of the Women and the Law Program and the Women in International Law Program, and is a professor of law and Carrington Shields Scholar. She is an expert on clinical legal education, legal theory, family law, and child welfare. Shalleck has been a presenter at many conferences on clinical legal education, gender and the law, gender and international human rights, and family law. She has organized numerous symposia on issues of comparative family law, domestic violence, and the changing nature of legal education. She has authored many books and articles on clinical education, child welfare, and women’s rights.  Her most recent book is Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling(Thompson Reuters, 2009). Shalleck is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law Schools
Foreign Language Fluency:
n/a
Academic Credentials:
AB, Bryn Mawr College; JD, Harvard Law School (cum laude)
Category:
Education-Higher Education, Family-Children's Issues, Family Issues, Law-Family Law
Site/Profile:
http://www.wcl.american.edu/faculty/shalleck/