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Ms. Jenny-Brooke Condon

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Associate Professor

Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, New Jersey 07079
United States

Company Description: For nearly 150 years, Seton Hall University has been a crucible for leadership, developing the whole student, mind, heart and spirit. Seton Hall combines the...   more
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Jennifer B. Condon Attorney/Lawyer - Gibbons P.C.
www.gibbonslaw.com, 16 June 2010 [cached]
Jenny-Brooke Condon is a Gibbons Fellow in Public Interest and Constitutional Law for the 2008-2010 term. Most recently, Ms. Condon served as a Visiting Clinical Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law's Center for Social Justice, where she supervised an immigration and human rights clinic focused on gender-based asylum and contributed to litigation challenging torture, extraordinary rendition, and other human rights abuses emerging from the "war on terror. As a clinical teaching fellow at Seton Hall Law, Ms. Condon also co-supervised a civil litigation clinic that addressed a wide range of public interest issues affecting New Jersey's urban residents, including police misconduct, fair housing, and predatory lending.
Prior to teaching, Ms. Condon was the Litigation Director at the World Organization for Human Rights USA in Washington, D.C., where she represented immigrant women facing gender-based persecution and challenged government abuses committed pursuant to the "war on terror."
N.J. faces class-action lawsuit by immigrants denied FamilyCare in budget cuts - Home - Legal Broadcast Network Blog feeds and news
thelegalbroadcastnetwork.squarespace.com, 13 Sept 2010 [cached]
Interview: Attorney Jenny-Brooke Condon, an associate professor at Seton Hall's Center for Social Justice discusses the lawsuit.
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"Many of the 12,000 lawful permanent residents affected by these state-Medicaid cuts are hard-working residents of the state, who pay taxes and support their families by working in low-wage jobs," attorney Jenny-Brooke Condon, an associate professor at Seton Hall's Center for Social Justice said in a statement released by the law school.
Women's Justice Center - Archive - Archivos
www.justicewomen.com, 21 Sept 2008 [cached]
The Board's decision was terribly flawed," said Jenny-Brooke Condon, Assistant Clinical Professor at the Center for Social Justice.
"Many of the 12,000 lawful permanent ...
wizbangblog.com [cached]
"Many of the 12,000 lawful permanent residents affected by these state-Medicaid cuts are hard-working residents of the state, who pay taxes and support their families by working in low-wage jobs," attorney Jenny-Brooke Condon, an associate professor at Seton Hall's Center for Social Justice said in a statement released by the law school. "Ensuring that the working poor receive essential, preventive healthcare and treatment for illness keeps New Jersey residents healthy, which, in turn, keeps them working."
The named plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit, which was filed in conjunction with the law firm Gibbons P.C., include a single mother who had kidney surgery in 2007 and can no longer afford ongoing treatment, and a Manual Guaman, an Ecuador native and father of three, who suffered a severe allergic reaction in July and required emergency room treatment after he lost FamilyCare coverage."
The Board's decision was terribly ...
www.prnewswire.com, 26 Sept 2008 [cached]
The Board's decision was terribly flawed," said Jenny-Brooke Condon, Assistant Clinical Professor at the Center for Social Justice.
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Condon and clinical Professor Bryan Lonegan served as co-counsel to Traore's lawyer, Ron Richey, along with volunteer attorneys from the law firm of Hughes Hubbard and Reed, in New York City, who agreed to take on Ms. Traore's case pro bono, on appeal to the Fourth Circuit.
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Condon and Lonegan also worked closely with Reps.
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"The United States has an obligation to honor the rights of women who are fortunate enough to seek protection of their rights abroad," said Condon.
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