Ann Juergens

Professor of Law

Co-Director of Clinics

“I love to practice law. I see many students experience the practice of law for the first time in the 15 student legal clinics and externships that William Mitchell offers. As co-director of the clinics, my goals are to provide an education grounded in practice, help every student develop sound ethical judgment for responsible practice, and lead them to discover their strengths as good lawyers.”

Education

A.B., 1973, Harvard University
J.D., 1976, University of Minnesota Law School

Experience

William Mitchell College of Law: professor of law, 1994-; associate professor of law, 1992-94; co-director of clinics, 1989-; assistant professor of law, 1989-92; clinic instructor, 1984-89.

Attorney, private practice, Berkeley, Calif., 1978-84.

Associate City Attorney, Berkeley, Calif., 1980-82.

VISTA attorney, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County, Daly City, Calif., 1976-77.

Admitted: California, 1976; Minnesota, 1984.

Professional Focus

Professor Juergens is recognized for her work advocating clinics and skills teaching in legal education and is an authority on housing law and feminist approaches to legal issues.

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