Jean Koh Peters
She currently supervises students representing clients in the Sol and Lillian Goldman Family Advocacy for Children and Youth Clinic and the Immigration Legal Services Clinic.
Professor Peters has published numerous articles and is author of the book, Representing Children in Child Protective Proceedings: Ethical and Practical Dimensions, now in its third edition. She is the co-author, with Mark Weisberg of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, of A Teacher’s Reflection Book: Stories, Exercises, Invitations, forthcoming from Carolina Academic Press. She is also the co-creator, with Susan J. Bryant of CUNY School of Law, of the Habits of Cross-Cultural Lawyering, a curriculum now taught in law school clinics around the country. Professor Peters and Bryant are currently writing a chapter following up on the Habits after a decade; this chapter will be published in a forthcoming anthology on clinical pedagogy.
She holds a B.A. magna cum laude from Radcliffe and a J.D. from Harvard.
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J.D., Harvard, 1982
B.A., Radcliffe, 1979
Advanced Advocacy for Children and Youth
Advanced Immigration Legal Services
Advocacy for Children and Youth
Immigration Legal Services
Representing Children in Child Protective Proceedings: Domestic and Comparative Theory and Practice