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Law Faculty Present at Conference on Culture, Race and Class

Four NSU law professors participated in the 2009 Southeast/Southwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference held March 26-28, 2009 at Phoenix Law School in Arizona. The theme of the conference was “At the Intersection: Culture, Race & Class.”

Two faculty members presented works in progress:

  • Areto Imoukhuede: “Private Contracts and Public Resources in the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service.”
  • Camille Lamar: “Can Separate Be Equal?: Questioning the Holy Grail of Diversity.”

Two other faculty members helped to organize the conference and presented on panels and commented on works in progress:

Kathy Cerminara

  • Organizer of and presenter for a panel on “Race, Culture, Class and Health Care.”
  • Commentator for a work in progress on “Race, Class Stratification and Human Trafficking” by Samuel Jones of the John Marshall Law School.

Jane Cross

  • Planning Board Member
  • Co-coordinator of the work in progress presentations
  • Presenter for a panel on “Race and Family Law”
  • Commentator for a work in progress on “Constitutional Omissions: Hegemony and Sexual Property” by Rebecca Dixon, a graduate of Duke University School of Law.