1 CARRIE LOUISE HEMPEL Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning University of California, Irvine School of Law 401 E. Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA (949) (voice) (949) (fax) ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Clinical Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning, University of California, Irvine School of Law (2008 ). Clinical Professor of Law ( ), Clinical Associate Professor of Law ( ), Clinical Assistant Professor of Law ( ), University of Southern California Gould School of Law. Current and Recent Courses: Community & Economic Development Clinic, Lawyering Skills. Previously taught courses include Criminal Law, Post-Conviction Justice Project Clinic, Gender, Crime and Justice Seminar, and Trial Advocacy. Current Administrative Responsibilities: Responsible for the creation, development, and administration of clinical and experiential learning programs at UCI Law School. Previously created and administered USC clinical program representing clients at the California Institution for Women. Applied for and administered grants from the California State Bar Legal Services Trust Fund and Federal Bureau of Prisons for USC clinical education program. EDUCATION J.D., 1985, Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut. Board of Directors, Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization; Student Director, Yale Child Advocacy Clinic. B.A., 1981, summa cum laude, University of Southern California. Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Laurel; USC Mortar Board President. LEGAL EMPLOYMENT Leonard, Street & Deinard, Minneapolis, Minnesota ( ). Business and employment litigation. Tuttle & Taylor, Los Angeles, California and Washington, D.C., Partner ( ), Associate ( ). Pre-trial and appellate litigation in federal and state courts. Firm hiring committee, Center for Law in the Public Interest, Los Angeles, California, Fellow ( ). Civil rights, consumer fraud, and environmental litigation.
2 Judge Richard A. Gadbois, United States District Court, Central District of California, Los Angeles, California, Clerk ( ). OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE Visiting Clinical Professor, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey, December Organized and conducted, with two other clinical professors, five-day conference on clinical legal education for Turkish students, faculty, judges, and lawyers. Clinical Legal Specialist, American Bar Association Central and East European Law Initiative, Yugoslavia, December Presented to and consulted with Yugoslav law professors and students at three university law departments interested in creating clinical programs. Presented to Yugoslav Lawyers for Human Rights on prison condition issues. Clinical Legal Specialist, American Bar Association Central and East European Law Initiative, Central Asia, May to July Evaluated existing and proposed clinical legal education programs at seven university law departments in the Republics of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Organized and served as principal speaker for two clinical legal education conferences attended by professors, students, and practitioners. PUBLICATIONS Battered and Convicted, 25-WTR Crim. Just. 24 (2011). Writing on a Blank Slate: Drafting a Blueprint for Experiential Learning at the University of California Irvine School of Law, UC Irvine Law Review, Volume 1, Number 1, 2011, 147. An Innovative Approach to Legal Education and the Founding of the University of California, Irvine School of Law, chapter in The Paradox of Professionalism: Lawyers and the Possibility of Justice (Scott L. Cummings ed., Cambridge University Press, 2011) (with Carroll Seron). Lawrence and Shaputis and Their Impact on Parole Decisions in California, 22 FED. SENT. R. 176 (2010). Battered Women Who Strike Back: Using Expert Testimony on Battering and Its Effects in Homicide Trials, chapter in Sexualized Violence Against Women and Children (Guilford Press 2004). UNIVERSITY SERVICE University of California, Irvine: University Service: UCI Chancellor s Advisory Council on Campus Climate, Culture, and Inclusion.
3 Law School Service: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Faculty Appointments Committee, Academic Affairs Committee, Law School Admissions Committee (chair), and American Bar Association Accreditation Self-Study Committee. University of Southern California: University Service: President s Advisory Committee for Work and Family Life; Chair, Gender Equity Task Force, Faculty Senate Executive Board, Faculty Senate member. Law School Service: Chair, Administration and Finance Committee (faculty elected executive committee of the law school); Chair, Clinical Appointments Committee; Symposium Chair, The Verdict and The Violence: Los Angeles 10 Years Later ; Co-Chair, Clinical Faculty, Family Violence Clinic Development Committee, Clinical Curriculum Committee, Admissions Committee, Academic Affairs Committee, Clerkship Committee. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS An Innovative Approach to Legal Education and the Founding of the University of California, Irvine, School of Law, Center for the Study of Law & Society, Berkeley, CA, October, (co-authored with Carroll Seron, Department of Criminology, Law & Society, UCI) Outcomes Assessment: Developing Models for Faculty Collaboration in Promoting And Assessing Outcomes of Experiential Education, AALS Conference on Clinical Education, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2010 (panel presentation). Complex Personnel Issues, AALS Clinic Director s Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, May 2009 (plenary speaker). Balancing Work and Life: Is it Possible? USC Gould School of Law Conversations with the Dean Speaker Series, Los Angeles, California, March 2007 (panel presentation). Legal Representation of Battered Women, American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. August 2005 (panel presentation). Who Are Our Successful Law Students? Law School Admission Council Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, California, May 2005 (panel presentation). California s New Habeas Law: New Hope for Battered Women in Prison, National Legal Aid and Defenders Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., December Common Characteristics of Incarcerated Parents, New Beginnings Conference, Los Angeles, California, October Battered Women Doing Time: Legal Strategies For Seeking Release From Prison, Huntington Library Women s Studies Seminar, Pasadena, California, January 2004.
4 Human Rights Abuses and Women in California Prisons, Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California, Anaheim, California, September 2001 (panel presentation). Building an Equal Justice Community: Innovative Roles and Relationships for Law Schools, Enhancing Equal Access to Justice Colloquium, Los Angeles, California, April 2001 (panel presentation). Testimony [regarding sexual harassment of women prisoners], California Joint Committee on Prison Construction and Operations, Chino, California, October The Challenges of Litigation Clinics, Northern California Clinicians Conference, Boalt Hall, Berkeley, California, October 2000 (panel presentation). Collaborating With Traditional Classroom Teachers, California Clinicians Conference, Hastings Law School, San Francisco, California, October 2000 (panel presentation). Women Prisoners and Health Care, Claremont Colleges Intercollegiate Women Studies Department Conference on Women, Prisons and Criminal Injustice, February 2000 (panel presentation). Sexual Harassment of Women Prisoners, Amnesty International USA, Ventura, California, September Women in Prison Understanding Risks, Choices and Options, Harbour Area Halfway Houses Annual Luncheon, Long Beach, California, November Using Prison Litigation as a Progressive Force; Sexual Harassment of Women Prisoners, Critical Resistance Conference, University of California at Berkeley, California, September 1998 (panel presentation). Perspectives on the Medical Care of Women Prisoners, Hastings Women s Law Journal Symposium, Crime Wave: Toward an Understanding of Culture, Community and Difference, San Francisco, California, April Preservation of Maternal Rights of Incarcerated Women, Eighth National Roundtable for Women in Prison, Pasadena, California, October 1996 (panel presentation). Families in Crisis: Children of Incarcerated and Drug Dependent Parents, State Bar of California MCLE Program, February 1996 (panel presentation). Testimony [regarding amendments to state habeas corpus statutes], California Assembly Public Safety Committee, Sacramento, California, April PROFESSIONAL AND PUBLIC SERVICE American Association of Law Schools: Planning Committee, AALS Clinical Conference, May 2008
5 Working Group Leader, AALS Clinical Conference, May 2007 Working Group Leader, AALS Clinical Conference, May 2006 American Bar Association: Site Evaluation Team, Vanderbilt University Law School, Spring 2010 Site Evaluation Team, Washington and Lee University School of Law, Spring 2009 Site Evaluation Team, University of Tennessee School of Law, Spring 2005 American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California: Board of Directors, Executive Committee Vice-President Chair, By-Laws Committee Chair, Prisoners Rights Litigation Annual Conference Planning Committee, USC Law School, Los Angeles, California, October California Clinician s Conference Planning Committee, California State Bar Standing Committee on Legal Services for Prisoners, General Counsel, Harriet Tubman Women's Shelter, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volunteer Staff Counselor, Sexual Violence Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, BAR ADMISSIONS California; Minnesota (inactive); United States Courts of Appeals for the Ninth and Tenth Circuits; United States District Courts, all California Districts, and the District of Minnesota.