Ann Shalleck

Ann Shalleck

Professor of Law; Director of the Women and the Law Program; Carrington Shields Scholar

Area of Expertise:
Children and the Law ; Clinical Legal Education; Family Law; Domestic Violence; Gender and the Law; Jurisprudence; Law and Government
Additional Information:
Biography Professor Shalleck is a Professor of Law at WCL and the Carrington Shields Scholar. She founded and directs the Women and the Law Program and Women and International Law Program. She teaches the Women & the Law Clinic, Family Law, Feminist Theory and a seminar on Legal Theory and Legal Pedagogy. She writes and lectures widely about gender and the law, clinical education, gender and international law, and family law. She is active in national and international efforts to reshape the law school curriculum and legal pedagogy. She has served in many capacities for the Association of American Law Schools and was a member of the Board of the Society of American Law Teachers. Professor Shalleck was a member of the DC Task Force on Gender Bias in the Courts. Her writing focuses on clinical education, feminist theory, family law and child neglect.
Foreign Language Fluency:
n/a
Academic Credentials:
AB, Bryn Mawr College; JD, Harvard Law School (cum laude)
Category:
Education-Higher Education, Family-Children's Issues, Family Issues, Law-Family Law
Site/Profile:
http://www.wcl.american.edu/faculty/shalleck/