Conference Speaker Profile
Name: Ann Juergens
Professional Title: Professor & Co-Directof of Clinics
Affiliation: William Mitchell College of Law
Country: United States
Title of Presentation(s):
- Creating & Critiquing A Pro Bono Culture: Islamabad
- Pakistan & Minnesota
- Horizontal And Vertical Collaborations For Clinic Sustainability
Short Bio: Ann Juergens has been a teacher at William Mitchell College of Law for 31 years, working with students to represent people and small enterprises in the community. She practiced law in California for eight years before returning to her home state of Minnesota and joining the faculty at Mitchell. Her interest in the ethics and enterprise of law practice and in experiential legal education is reflected in her writings and in the courses she teaches. She co-directs the clinical programs and teaches Civil Advocacy Clinic, Professional Responsibility, Advocacy, and an externship course, Work of the Solo & Small Firm Lawyer & the Quality of Justice. Her national involvement in legal education has included in-depth visits at a dozen law schools as a member of accreditation teams and development of a regional clinical conference that is entering its 30th year. She has taught ethics and human rights courses in Moldova, Ireland and Chile, and has participated in GAJE conference in Manila, Valencia, New York, Delhi, and, now, Turkey.
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