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44 Harbinger 1 (2019-2020)

handle is hein.journals/harbg44 and id is 1 raw text is: RACE, SPACE AND DEMOCRACY: LOCALLY-BASED
[Audrey McFarlane] Alright, good morning everyone, thank you forjoining
us. This is the race, space, and democracy panel, locally based strategies for
 Professor McFarlane has an A .B. from Harvard-Radcliffe and a lD. from Stanford Law School
where she was a member of the Stanford Law Review. She joined the University of Baltimore School
of Law facilty after clerking for the Hon N Leon Higginbotham, Jr., Chief Judge of the United States
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and working as an associate at the Washington D.C. law firm
of Wilmer Cutler and Pickering At the University of Baltimore, where she now teaches, Prof
McFarlane teaches courses in Property, Land Use, Local Government and Local Economic
Erika Wilson selves as the Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy and
associate professor of law at UNC-Chapel Hill Her research and teaching interests include clinical
legal education, education law and policy, specifically obtaining educational equality for disadvantaged
students, and the intersection between race and the law. She teaches Critical Race Theoy, Education
Law, and selves as the director for the UNC Clinical P    \grams Wilson attended the UCLA School of
Law. After law school she worked as an associate at Arnold & Porter LLP She also sewed as the
George P. Lindsey Staff Attorney fellow for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights. Prior to joining
the Carolina Law faculty she taught at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Ezra Rosserjoined the Washington College of Law faculty in 2006 He has taught Property,
Fedeal Indian Law, Poverty Law, Land Use, and Housing Law. Previously he served as a visiting
prfessor at Ritsumeiken University, a 1665 Fellow at Haivard University, a visiting scholar at Yale
Law School, andaWesterfieldFellow atLoyolaUniversityNew Orleans School ofLaw. Ezrais apast
chair of the AALS Poperty Law, Poverty Law, and Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples sections
His articles have appeared injournals including the California Law Review, Harvard Law & Policy
Review, Washington University Law Review, Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal,
Environmental Law, and the American Indian Law Review Ezra received the Elizabeth Payne
Ciubberly Scholarship Award in 2017 and 2012, as well as the Emalee C. Godsey Scholarship Award
in 2008.
Mich\le Alexandre was Colgate University's first black valedictorian (majoring in English
and French, with background in philosophy) She earned her Jiuris Doctor from Harvard Law School
After graduating from law school, she clerked for U . District Court Judge John P. Fiullam in
Philadelphia, and practiced law in New York and Alabama, where she worked on the pivotal Black
Farmers Lawsuit Prior to her appointment at the University of Mississippi School of Law, Alexandre
taught at the University of Houston, the University of Baltimore, Ameican University and the
University of Memphis She received Fulbright and Watson fellowships, and at the University of
Mississippi was honored with the Ben A. Hardy Faculty Excellence Award for outstanding teaching
scholarship and service in 2016 In 2017, she was selected as an SEC-U Academic Leadership
Development Program Fellow for 2017-2018. She was named one of Ebon        Magazine'sTop 100
infliential Afican Americans of 2013 and one of the 50 Most Inliential Minoity Law Professors 50
Years of Age or Younger by Lawyr of Color Magazine.

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