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Prof. Jane H. Aiken

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Associate Dean for Clinical Progr...

Local Address: Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
Georgetown University
LL 3700 O Street NW"
Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20057
United States

Company Description: Georgetown University Medical Center is an internationally recognized academic medical center with a three-part mission of research, teaching and patient care...   more
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  • J.D.
    New York University School of Law
  • B.A.
    Hollins College
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Leadership | Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
www.americanbar.org, 1 Jan 2013 [cached]
Jane H. Aiken (2014) Associate Dean for Clinical Programs, Public Interest & Community Service and Professor Georgetown University Law Center Jane Aiken is professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and director of the Community Justice Project. Each student in the clinic represents claimants in unemployment hearings and works collaboratively on projects that address justice issues that are policy based, require extraordinary remedies or international and comparative law. Over the last three years, she has also taught evidence, torts, and motherhood and criminality. In 2010, she received Georgetown's Frank F. Flegal Award for outstanding teaching. In her 26 years of teaching, she has directed clinics in which students act as lawyers under supervision in cases involving a wide array of legal issues including domestic violence against women and children, HIV, homelessness and international human rights.
Professor Aiken held the William M. Van Cleve Chair at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis where she was a professor from 1997 to 2007. She was a Carnegie Scholar for Teaching and Learning and a Fulbright Scholar in Nepal. She writes in the area of evidence, women's rights and clinical pedagogy. She is a member of the American Law Institute and a fellow with the American Bar Foundation. She was a member of the AALS Membership Review Committee from 2009 to 2011. She is the past co-chair of the ABA Women in Criminal Justice subcommittee of the Criminal Justice Section and previously served on the Section of Legal Education's Special Committee on the Professional Education Continuum.
Professor Aiken holds a B.A. from Hollins College and a J.D. from New York University School of Law where she was a Root-Tilden Scholar. Professor Aiken also received an LL.M. from Georgetown Law Center as a fellow in the Center for Applied Legal Studies.
Jane H. Aiken, Professor of ...
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Jane H. Aiken, Professor of Law and Director, The Community Justice Project, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC
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www.avitale.com, 9 Dec 2002 [cached]
Jane Aiken, a Washington University law professor, said the parent could have altered his sex surgically. If he had become a woman, she
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Aiken said that while parents have the right to pull their children out of activities, a list of who would be chaperoning a trip might present legal problems if its purpose was discriminatory. The question leaves room for debate, she said. A list made with the intention of letting parents know that an African-American would be a chaperone would be deemed intentional discrimination. But transgender people are not a protected class in the way that people of different races, sexes and creeds are. Still, Aiken said, such a policy could offend the Constitution. And
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kill decided that "dammit" could reasonably be rhymed with "Janet" and an international, interactive monster was born.
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Brad and Janet only just escape Frank 'N' Furter's decadent lair, O'Brien
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You could see Janet and Brad's
archived nields news
www.nields.com, 31 Jan 2007 [cached]
Washington University Law School Professor Jane Aiken will be the key note speaker for the Teach-In. In addition, the "Teach-In" will also host a panel discussion on "Art and Activism" in which the broader topic of using art to make social change will be addressed. 11:30 am: Student Leader and Community Leader Brunch 12:00 pm: Key note address by Professor Jane Aiken
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1:00 pm: (90 minutes) Art and Activism panel discussion facilitated by Dean Jami Ak featuring Professor Aiken, Nerissa and Katryna Nields, and student and community leaders (TBA) We are part of the Arts and Activism panel discussion.
Balance Whirlwind of Law School Workshop Wednesday January 4 Program Association of American Law Schools AALS Annual Meeting Professors Legal Educators Law Schools Faculty 2006 Washington, DC AALS
www.aals.org, 4 Jan 2006 [cached]
Jane H. Aiken, Washington University School of Law and Chair, Planning Committee for AALS Workshop on A Search for Balance in the Whirlwind of Law School
Over 50 proposals for presentation were submitted for the Workshop on a Search for Balance in the Whirlwind of Law School.
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Moderator: Jane H. Aiken, Washington University School of Law
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