Poverty Law, Policy, And Practice: Notes from the Cutting Room Floor
Ezra Rosser, American University

Ezra Rosser joined the American University Washington College of Law faculty in 2006. He has taught Poverty Law, Housing Law, Federal Indian Law, and Property Law. He has served as a 1665 Fellow at Harvard University, a visiting scholar at Yale Law School, and a Westerfield Fellow at Loyola University New Orleans School of Law.

Ezra has an MPhil from the University of Cambridge (UK) in Land Economics (2004), a J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School (2003), and a BA in Economics and English from Yale University (2000).  He is also the editor of the poverty law blog, http://maximinlaw.wordpress.com/.


Juliet M. Brodie, Stanford University

Juliet M. Brodie, who directs the Stanford Community Law Clinic (CLC), was named Associate Dean of Clinical Education and Director of the Mills Legal Clinic in the spring of 2013. She has dedicated her career to the legal rights and interests of low-income people and communities. As a clinical teacher, she has always worked in clinics embedded in low-income neighborhoods, including Stanford’s CLC, which is in East Palo Alto.


Jeffrey Selbin, UC Berkeley

Jeffrey Selbin was appointed clinical professor of law in 2006 and faculty director of the East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC), Berkeley Law’s community-based clinic. He founded EBCLC’s HIV/AIDS Law Project in 1990 as a Skadden Fellow, and served as EBCLC’s Executive Director from 2002 through 2006. During the 2010-11 academic year, Selbin was a visiting clinical professor at Yale Law School. He currently directs EBCLC’s Policy Advocacy Clinic.