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Jason Fabrikant Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor, SPExS School of Prof and Extd Studies

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Additional Positions at AU
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Assistant Professor
JD, Washington College of Law BA, University of Pennsylvania

Favorite Spot on Campus
Frailey Pool
Favorite Place in Washington DC
C & O Canal
Book Currently Reading
How to Be an Anti-Racist, Ibram Kendi
Areas of Expertise: Criminal Justice, Constitutional Law, Legal Culture Jason Fabrikant is an Assistant Professor & Acting Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs in the School of Professional and Extended Studies (SPExS). He helps to manage both the Washington Mentorship Program & Washington Semester Program (WSP), and teaches primarily in the area of Justice & Law. Professor Fabrikant regularly instructs WSP Public Law & Society, and Criminology & Justice. He is teaching a new Complex Problems course in Fall ‘19 entitled, “Death Penalty Perspectives.” He also teaches AUx2 core course in the Spring that focuses on the topics of power, privilege, and inequality. Professor Fabrikant is a native Washingtonian and attended DC Public Schools. He is a member of the DC, NM, & Supreme Court Bar, and enjoys attending oral arguments. He resides in D.C. with his family and is a sports fan.
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Fall 2020

  • CORE-107 Complex Problems Seminar: Death Penalty Perspectives

Spring 2021

  • JLC-308 Justice, Morality & the Law

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Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Selected Publications

International Journal of Sport & Society, July 2018

"The Discriminatory Impact of Title IX Through Its Implementation in U.S. College Athletics


Welcome New Students!  I am excited for the Fall 2016 semester.  I look forward to discussing Politics in the U.S. this semester during our the 2016 Presidential Election.