Conference Presenter Profile
Name: Ann Juergens
Professional Title: Professor of Law
Affiliation: Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Country: United States
Short Bio: Ann Juergens is a professor of law--and for 27 years was Co-Director of Clinics--at William Mitchell College of Law, now Mitchell Hamline School of Law. She has focused much of her work on the transformation of legal education by providing real client representation experiences to students. She has taught or presented on various aspects of experiential legal education in many venues and countries. Juergens teaches ethics and advocacy, supervises externships in a hybrid in-person and on-line course, and represents clients alongside her clinic students in a range of housing, consumer, and community development matters. She began her law career in California and was part of a team that successfully defended a municipal rent control ordinance all the way to the United States Supreme Court. She worked at a non-profit legal aid society, for a city attorney, and also practiced in a small community-based law office before returning to Minnesota to teach at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
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