1 ANN CAMMETT City University of New York School of Law 2 Court Square, Room Long Island City, NY Faculty Page SSRN Page ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK SCHOOL OF LAW (CUNY) (7/13 present) Professor of Law (tenured 2013) / Director, Family Law Concentration Courses: Family Law Concentration (Third-Year Practicum) Direct and teach a one-semester, 12-credit field placement program that includes a robust family law seminar, weekly case rounds, and intersectional student-directed public policy, education or legislative projects. Current substantive areas: domestic violence (including custody, visitation, child support, and other related matters), parental representation in Art. 10 neglect proceedings, children s advocacy, judicial externships, and other specialized placements. New York Domestic Relations Law (Bar elective course) First-Year Lawyering Seminar (Advocacy) Pro Bono Scholars Program Coordinator ( ) Law School Service: Personnel & Budget Committee (elected), ; Faculty facilitator SP15 Scholar-in- Residence (Heather Garretson); Part-Time Clinic Committee, ; Committee on Academic Technology, ; Pro Bono Scholars (ad hoc) Committee, 2014; Law Graduate Fellows University Service: University Faculty Senate Committee on Higher Education in the Prisons, Present UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA LAS VEGAS, WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW (7/08 6/13) Associate Professor of Law / Co-Director, Family Justice Clinic Founder and Co-Director, Family Justice Clinic, Thomas & Mack Legal Clinic An intersectional family law clinic with a particular focus on prisoners and their families, clients engaged with immigration issues, and those affected by the child welfare system and other forms of state intervention. Students provide direct representation to low-income clients for whom access to justice is limited, including parents or guardians in cases including custody and visitation, guardianship, domestic violence, child support, and other family matters. Representation may involve contested trials, negotiations, administrative advocacy, and cutting edge legal and policy issues exploring the role of families in society, the strengths and weaknesses of state intervention into families, and the meaning of access to justice. Other Courses: Civil Procedure (four credit and six credit offerings) Faculty Advisor: Public Interest Law Students Association (2009-present) UNLV Law School Committee Service: Academic Standards Committee, ; Dean s Advisory Committee (elected) ; Admissions Committee, ; Public Interest Law Film Festival (chair) 2011; Clinic Committee, 2008 present; Appointments Committee, ; Retention, Promotion and Tenure (policy issues) ; Honor Code Committee,
2 Professor Ann Cammett, page 2 of 9 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER, WASHINGTON, D.C. (7/06 6/08) Clinical Teaching Fellow, Domestic Violence Clinic Taught family law curriculum to Domestic Violence Clinic students Supervised third-year law students in all aspects of family litigation in D.C. Superior Court Developed a seminar entitled, The Collateral Consequences of the Criminal Justice System: A Primer for Advocates of Domestic Violence Survivors PROF. RHONDA COPELON, CUNY SCHOOL OF LAW (8/97 5/00) Teaching Assistant: Constitutional Family Law (Law and Family Relations) Research Assistance (1999): Brief Amici Curiae on Behalf of International Law Scholars and Human Rights Experts in Support of Petitioners in Brzonkala v. Morrison (supporting the tort remedy under the Violence Against Women Act pursuant to international law treaty obligations) AWARDS William S. Boyd School of Law (UNLV) Professor of the Year, 2011 CUNY Black Law Students Association, 2014 Honoree Skadden Arps Public Interest Fellowship (2000) CUNY Public Interest Law Student of the Year (2000) Thurgood Marshall Fellow, Association of the Bar of the City of New York (1999) Appointment to the Civil Rights Committee EDUCATION GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER, LL.M. (Advocacy) awarded with distinction 2011 Clinical Teaching Fellowship (Elements of Clinical Pedagogy) Women s Law and Public Policy Fellow ( ) CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK SCHOOL OF LAW, J.D., 2000 Domestic Violence Clinical Program (Battered Women s Rights Clinic) SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS, New York, NY, B.F.A., cum laude, 1985 PUBLICATIONS ARTICLES Models of Invisibility: Rendering Domestic and Other Gendered Violence Visible to Students through Clinical Law Teaching (with Elizabeth L. MacDowell), 19 VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, forthcoming 2016 (peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal). VAWA and Welfare Reform: Criminalizing the Most Marginalized Women, CUNY Law Review Footnote Forum, Dec. 22, 2014, available at
3 Professor Ann Cammett, page 3 of 9 Deadbeat Dads & Welfare Queens: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law, 34 Boston College J.L. & Soc. Just. 233 (2014); discussed in Elizabeth Stoker, The right s despicable class war: Why they paint the poor as anti-american, Salon.com, June 13, Shadow Citizens: Felony Disenfranchisement and the Criminalization of Debt, 117 PENN ST. L. REV. 349 (2012). Deadbeats, Deadbrokes, and Prisoners, 18 GEO. J. POVERTY L. & POL Y 127 (2011). Excerpted in Abrams, et al., CONTEMPORARY FAMILY LAW (3 rd ed. 2012) and other online treatises. Queer Lockdown: Coming to Terms with the Ongoing Criminalization of LGBTQ Communities, The Scholar and Feminist Online (BARNARD CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON WOMEN 7:3, SUMMER 2009) available at (peer reviewed journal). Expanding Collateral Sanctions: The Hidden Costs of Aggressive Child Support Enforcement Against Incarcerated Parents, 13 GEO. J. POVERTY L. & POL Y 313 (2006). Cited as authority in Brief of The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The Brennan Center For Justice, and The National Legal Aid & Defender Association as Amici Curiae, as well as the Brief of The Legal Aid Society of The District of Columbia, Children s Law Center, the DC Appleseed Center For Law and Justice, and The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, both in support of Petitioners to the U.S. Supreme Court in Turner v. Rogers (decided June 20, 2011). The Rights of Parents with Children in Foster Care: Removals Arising from Economic Hardship and the Predicative Power of Race (introduction to symposium organized for Civil Rights Committee, Assn. of the Bar of the City of New York) 6 N.Y.C. L. REV. 61 (2003). WORKS IN PROGRESS Welfare Reform, The Epilogue: Criminalizing Mothers in an Age of Neoliberalism (working title) Confronting Collateral Consequences in Public Housing (working title) The Incarcerated Family (with Elizabeth L. MacDowell) MONOGRAPHS BRINGING FAMILIES IN: RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE INCARCERATION, REENTRY AND FAMILY ROUNDTABLES (2006) (with Johnna Christian, Nancy Fishman and Lori Scott-Pickens). MAKING WORK PAY: PROMOTING EMPLOYMENT AND BETTER CHILD SUPPORT OUTCOMES FOR LOW-INCOME AND INCARCERATED PARENTS (2005). Policy paper cited by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service; The Reentry Policy Council of the Council of State Governments; REENTRY AND REINTEGRATION: REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS (NY State Bar Association); the National Institute of Corrections, and others. MISCELLANEOUS Organized and chaired the first ever Boyd Public Interest Law Film Festival (2011), a continuing annual law school and community event; see Bubb et al., Making the Case for Formative Assessment: How it Improves Student Engagement and Faculty Summative Course Evaluations, ASSESSMENT UPDATE: PROGRESS, TRENDS & PRACTICE IN HIGHER EDUCATION, May/June 2013, Ann Cammett & Sara Gordon, The Use of Clicker Technology in the Classroom, Faculty Enrichment Program, Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas (Nov. 2012). Ann Cammett and Elizabeth MacDowell, The Family Justice Clinic: Increasing Access to Justice for Nevada Families in Need (THE NEVADA LAWYER, May 2011).
4 Professor Ann Cammett, page 4 of 9 Professor Ann Cammett Seeks Access to Justice for Families on the Margins E-NEWSLETTER OF THE WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW, April 2011). Paul Lin, CUNY Alums in the Academy: Ann Cammett (CUNY LAW MAGAZINE, Spring 2011). (SELECTED) PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS Panelist on 50 Years of the War on Poverty, at the ED SPARER ANNUAL PUBLIC INTEREST LAW FORUM (with New York City HRA Commissioner Steven Banks, Sandra Youdelman and Wayne Ho, Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY. Presented Critical Race and Gender Theory Concepts Applicable to IPV Work, on Progressive Lawyering at the Intersections of Race, Poverty, and Intimate Partner Violence, at the 19TH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONFERENCE, BUILDING BRIDGES: INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION TO ADDRESS UNDER-RECOGNIZED HARMS, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY. March Responded to Policy Paper, First Person Accounts of Criminal Justice Debt: When All Else Fails, Fining the Family, PRISONER REENTER INSTITUTE OCCASIONAL SERIES, JOHN JAY COLLEGE, The City University of New York, New York, NY. Feb Presented The Unintended Genesis of Debt Creation: Incarcerated Parents, State Law, and the Bradley Amendment at the 2015 NATIONAL POLICY FORUM, NATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION, Washington D.C. Feb Organized (with Julie Goldscheid) PUBLIC SQUARE EVENT - Reflecting, Reimagining and Looking Forward. Event featured Prof. Kimberlé Crenshaw, Sharon Stapel, and Sujata Warrier (moderated by Julie Goldscheid). CUNY School of Law, L.I.C., NY. Nov Presented Collateral Damage: Economic Consequences of Profile-Based Policing on Families, NORTHEAST PEOPLE OF COLOR CONFERENCE, CUNY School of Law, L.I.C., NY. Nov Presented Mothers on the Margins: Criminalizing Parents in an Age of Neoliberalism, at THE FUTURE OF LAW AND INEQUALITY CONFERENCE, Tulane University School of Law, New Orleans, LA. Nov Panelist, Integrating Social Justice Courses into the First Year Curriculum, SALT TEACHING CONFERENCE, Boyd School of Law, UNLV. Oct Provided family law advice and community education, Inmate Resource Fair, QUEENSBORO CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, Long Island City, NY. Sept Panelist, Preparing Students for Access to Justice Activities in Clinical Courses at THIRD ANNUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE CONFERENCE (convened by the Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York), CUNY School of Law, L.I.C., NY. May Presented at the New Clinicians Workshop (with Elliot Milstein), AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION, BECOMING A BETTER CLINICIAN, Chicago, IL. April Taught CLE entitled Family Law and Mass Criminalization: Collateral Damage, at PILA ALUMNI WEEKEND, CUNY School of Law. March Moderated a program entitled Inhuman Incarceration on the effects of prison conditions, including solitary confinement, on reentry. Sponsored by the CUNY Law Review. March Participated in a public dialogue entitled Exploring Questions of Youth with CUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology Michelle Fine as part of the FIFTH DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR CONVERSATION AT CUNY LAW SCHOOL, L.I.C., NY, Nov
5 Professor Ann Cammett, page 5 of 9 Presented Welfare Queens & Deadbeat Dads: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law on a panel at the POVERTY LAW CONFERENCE, American University's Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., Oct Presented a draft paper (with co-author Elizabeth L. MacDowell) entitled The Incarcerated Family at the CLINICAL LAW REVIEW WRITER'S WORKSHOP, N.Y.U. Law School, NY, Sept Presented The Formerly Incarcerated: A Growing Class of Excluded Workers? on a panel at the 3RD ANNUAL PUBLIC INTEREST LAW FILM FESTIVAL ENTITLED ECONOMIC IN/JUSTICE, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Sept Presented Criminalization and Collateral Consequences as Regulatory Mechanism at roundtable THE POVERTY STATE at the LAW AND SOCIETY ASSOCIATION, Boston MA, June Presented Welfare Queens & Deadbeat Dads: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law at the EMERGING FAMILY LAW SCHOLARS CONFERENCE, Brooklyn Law School, Bklyn NY, June Presented final plenary session entitled Cross-Fertilization: Integrating Diverse Clinic Pedagogies (with Jane H. Aiken and Praveen Kosuri) at the AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION, THE VALUE OF VARIETY: OPPORTUNITIES, IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES OF DIVERSIFICATION IN CLINICAL PROGRAMS, San Juan P.R., May Family Justice Clinic students presented testimony before the SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF THE NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE in support of bill S.B. 395, Requires the Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice to identify and study certain information (mandating data collection on collateral consequences of criminal convictions), April Signed into law. Moderated Panel, Juvenile Sex Offenders, at the JUVENILE JUSTICE CONFERENCE, WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW, University of Nevada Las Vegas, April Presented Welfare Queens & Deadbeat Dads: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law at the MAKING AND TEACHING REAL FAMILY LAW: A CELEBRATION OF THE SCHOLARSHIP AND SERVICE OF PROFESSOR MARGO MELLI, 6TH ANNUAL MIDWEST FAMILY LAW CONSORTIUM WORKSHOP UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison, WI, April Presentation and trainings: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions Affecting Nevada Families at the OFFICE OF THE CLARK COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER, Las Vegas, NV, Jan Presented Welfare Queens & Deadbeat Dads: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law, at the SOCIAL JUSTICE FEMINISM CONFERENCE, UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF LAW, Cincinnati OH, Oct Presentation cited in the FEMINIST LAW PROFESSOR S BLOG (NOV. 2012). Presented Shadow Citizens: Felony Disenfranchisement and the Criminalization of Debt at THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CAREY SCHOOL OF LAW, FACULTY EXCHANGE, Baltimore MD, Oct Organized and moderated a Roundtable Discussion of Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions (with Prof. Gabriel Jack Chin, Nevada Assemblymembers Tick Segerblom and Jason Frierson, and Clark County Detention Center Chaplain Bonnie Polley) as part of the SECOND ANNUAL BOYD PUBLIC INTEREST LAW FILM FESTIVAL: LEGITIMACY, PROCESS & PENALTY, Sept See Delivered Crime After Crime : Exploring the Nexus Between Domestic Violence and Women s Incarceration, plenary keynote address, at the FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SYMPOSIUM: INTERSECTIONS, INSIGHTS & INTERVENTIONS, Seattle WA, Sept Facilitated a workshop entitled Collateral Consequences: Mapping Interventions for Survivors of Violence Hindered by Criminal Convictions, at the FOURTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SYMPOSIUM: INTERSECTIONS, INSIGHTS & INTERVENTIONS, Seattle WA, Sept Presented Welfare Queens & Deadbeat Dads: How Metaphor Shapes Poverty Law at the LUTIE A. LYTLE BLACK WOMEN LAW FACULTY WRITING WORKSHOP, Suffolk University Law School, Boston MA, June 2012.
6 Professor Ann Cammett, page 6 of 9 Presented Economic Justice as an Imperative for LGBTQ Communities, at the DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP FORUM: SOUTHERN NEVADA LGBTQ COMMUNITY IN THE AGE OF RECESSION, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Greenspun School of Urban Affairs, April Presented Shadow Citizens: Felony Disenfranchisement and the Criminalization of Debt at VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, FACULTY EXCHANGE, Villanova PA, Feb Presented (with Elizabeth MacDowell) Intersectional by Design: Critical Theory, Clinical Pedagogy & Transformative Legal Activism at the FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH NETWORK, George Washington University School of Law, Wash. D.C., Jan Presented (with Elizabeth MacDowell) Intersectional by Design: Critical Theory, Clinical Pedagogy & Transformative Legal Activism at the CLINICAL WRITERS WORKSHOP, New York University School of Law, Oct Panel Presenter, ASPIRING LAW PROFESSOR S CONFERENCE, at the Sandra Day O Connor School of Law, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, Sept Panel presenter (with Hon. Sandra Pomrenze, Clark County Fam. Court and Gabrielle Jones, Esq.) 2011 Legislative Changes Affecting Family Court Practice, CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION, WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW, NEVADA LEGAL SERVICES, AND THE LEGAL AID CENTER OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, Las Vegas NV, Aug Organized and presented concurrent workshop (with Davida Finger and Camille Carey) A Matrix for Community Lawyering: Site, Practice, and Population at the AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION, LEARNING FOR TRANSFER: (RE)CONCEPTUALIZING WHAT WE DO IN CLINICS AND ACROSS THE CURRICULUM, Seattle WA, June Presented (with Elizabeth MacDowell) Models of Invisibility at the LAW AND SOCIETY ASSOCIATION, GENDERED VIOLENCE AND STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ROUNDTABLE, San Francisco CA, June Presented Child Support and Remaking Citizenship at the EMERGING FAMILY LAW SCHOLARS CONFERENCE, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco CA, June Participated in panel discussion Paths to the Academy at SOCIETY OF AMERICAN LAW TEACHERS (SALT) AND CUNY SCHOOL OF LAW, BREAKING IN: NEW LAW TEACHERS PIPELINE, New York, May, Testified before the SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF THE NEVADA STATE LEGISLATURE in support of S.B. 87, The Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act. Feb Panelist on Systems Down: Financial Crisis and Inequality in Family Law Practices and Systems at the LATCRIT XV CONFERENCE, THE COLOR OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS: EXPLORING THE DOWNTURN FROM THE BOTTOM UP, Sturm College of Law, University of Denver, Oct Presented Making Choices, Keeping Doors Open: Reflections on the Status of Clinicians at the EIGHTH ANNUAL LATCRIT/SALT JUNIOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP, Sturm College of Law, University of Denver, Oct Member, Faculty Development Workshop Committee. Presented Deadbeats, Deadbrokes, and Prisoners at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN JUNIOR SCHOLARS WORKSHOP, University of Utah School of Law, Salt Lake City, Sept Presented Child Support Enforcement on the Margins: Prisoners, Families and the Best Interests of Low-Income Children at the FAMILY LAW JUNIOR SCHOLARS WORKSHOP, WILLIAM AND MARY SCHOOL OF LAW, Williamsburg VA, July Presented Child Support Enforcement in Low-Income Communities: Family Law at the Crossroads at the INTERSECTIONALITY CONFERENCE: THE INTERSECTIONAL PRAXIS OF TRANSFORMATIVE LAW AND RADICAL REFRAMING IN AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES, U.C.L.A. School of Law, Department of Critical Race Studies, Los Angeles, March, 2010.
7 Professor Ann Cammett, page 7 of 9 Presented Challenging Structural Impediments to Substantive Justice on the CRIMINAL NON- SUPPORT COURTS ROUNDTABLE AT THE ACCESS TO EQUAL JUSTICE COLLOQUIUM, Washington University Saint Louis, March Co-facilitated working group Using Critical Theory in Clinic (with Carolyn Grose) at the AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION, ANSWERING THE CALL FOR REFORM: USING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT, CRITICAL THEORY AND STRATEGIC THINKING TO IMPLEMENT CHANGE, Baltimore MD, May Presented Striving for Excellence in Sports and Beyond: The Curious Case of Anucha Browne Sanders at WHAT S THE SCORE?: WOMEN, GIRLS, SEXUALITY AND SPORTS (the Boyd School of Law in conjunction with the UNLV Dept. of Sports Education Leadership), University of Nevada Las Vegas, April, Moderated Panel, Nevada s New Domestic Partnership Statute, CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION, WILLIAM S. BOYD SCHOOL OF LAW, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Oct Presented Child Support, Federalism and Incarcerated Parents at the ROCKY MOUNTAIN JUNIOR SCHOLARS WORKSHOP, J. Reuben Clark Law School, BYU, Provo UT, Sept Presented Ethics and Professionalism for Law Students at the CENTER FOR LEGAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY (CLEO): ATTITUDE IS ESSENTIAL CONFERENCE, Atlanta GA, July, Co-facilitated New Clinicians working group (with Theo Liebman) at the AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION: CLIENTS COMPLEXITY AND COLLABORATION IN A CROSS- DISCIPLINARY LENS, Cleveland OH, May Presented Strategies for Incorporating Multicultural Perspectives into the Law School Curriculum at the MULTICULTURAL CURRICULUM TRANSFORMATION CONFERENCE 2009, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas NV, April Moderated panel discussion The State of LGBTQ Civil Rights in Nevada, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas NV, April Presentation and training, The Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Soft Skills and Workforce Development Strategies to Assist Formerly Incarcerated Workers at the NEVADA DEPT. OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING, AND REHABILITATION (DETR) Las Vegas NV, April Co-facilitated Child and Family working group (with Jean Koh Peters) at the AALS CONFERENCE ON CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION: REFLECTING ON OUR WORK AND VISION: RISKS, MISTAKES, AND OPPORTUNITIES, Tucson AZ, May Presented Challenging Mass Incarceration and the Gendered Rule of Law at COLLOQUIUM: TOWARDS A VISION OF SEXUAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE, Barnard College, Center for Research on Women, New York NY, Nov OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE THE NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, Newark, NJ ( ) Policy Analyst Researched and wrote policy briefs, legislative testimony, and other advocacy materials to engender more positive prisoner reentry outcomes Assisted in developing criminal justice demonstration projects with government agencies to foster institutional change Provided training and technical assistance to community and family-based organizations, public defenders, and other advocates on the collateral consequences of criminal convictions Coordinated conferences, meetings, and roundtables with collaborative partners Produced a bi-weekly listserv to disseminate information on reentry and related topics
8 Professor Ann Cammett, page 8 of 9 THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY, CIVIL DIVISION, Brooklyn, NY ( ) Skadden Fellow/Staff Attorney Designed a prisoner reentry program that provided comprehensive legal services to formerly incarcerated women including family law representation and assistance in navigating statutory and administrative barriers to housing, benefits, employment, and occupational licensing Provided extensive training and community education for attorneys, community based organizations, and persons inside correctional facilities Represented clients in traditional family law cases (divorce, domestic violence, custody and visitation, equitable distribution, child support, and adoption) Created a Rap Sheet Project that assisted clients in obtaining criminal records from state and federal criminal justice repositories in order to interpret, clarify, and correct criminal convictions on their permanent records THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY, CIVIL DIVISION ( ) Intern/Family Law and Housing Units Interviewed clients; did fact investigation and research; drafted affidavits and law memoranda Represented clients in administrative hearings at the New York City Housing Authority CAMMETT STUDIO, New York, NY ( ) Principal Art Director Independent graphic design studio (including design of graphics for litigation) PARADE PUBLICATIONS, INC., New York, NY ( ) Associate Art Director/Senior Graphic Designer (Art Director s Club of New York Merit Award, 1986) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS (SELECTED) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS - Section on Poverty Law Executive Committee ( ) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS - Section on Clinical Education (2007 present) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (CLEA) (2007 present) SOCIETY OF AMERICAN LAW TEACHERS (SALT) (2008 present) Access to Justice Committee (2011 present) NEW YORK ANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT (2014-PRESENT) LEGAL ADVISORY BOARD NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE AND FAMILY COURT JUDGES CUNY LIAISON (APPOINTED TO COMMITTEE ON DIVERSITY) LUTIE LYTLE BLACK WOMEN LAW FACULTY WRITING WORKSHOP Organizing Committee (2013, 2014)
9 Professor Ann Cammett, page 9 of 9 CUNY COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE PRISONS (CURRENT) CENTER FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, NEW YORK Board of Directors ( ) Legal Director Search Committees (2008, 2010) WOMEN S LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY FELLOWSHIP ALUM BAR ADMISSIONS New York (2001) Southern and Eastern District Courts of New York (2002) District of Columbia (2007) United States Supreme Court (2008) Nevada (Clinical Admission, )