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Jennifer J. Rosenbaum 

Adjunct Lecturer in Law

BBA, University of Tennessee; JD, Harvard Law School
 

 
 

Biography:
Ms. Rosenbaum is Counsel for the New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ).  Ms. Rosenbaum provides legal support to workers organizing across race and industry and litigates impact employment and civil rights claims on behalf of workers, many of whom are guestworkers from other countries.

Previously, Ms. Rosenbaum served as a staff attorney at the Immigrant Justice Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center and as a Skadden Fellow at Southern Migrant Legal Services, a project of Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid.  Ms. Rosenbaum is the 2007 recipient of Harvard Law School's Gary Bellow Public Service Award and the 2005 recipient of the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services' Riney Green Award.  Ms. Rosenbaum clerked for the Honorable Thomas A Wiseman, US District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. 

Courses:
Immigration Law & Procedure 


 

 



 





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