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Jennifer A. Gundlach

Clinical Professor of Law


Degrees

JD, 1996, American Univ DC; BA, 1993, Kenyon Coll


Bio

Hofstra Law School

Jennifer A. Gundlach received her A.B. degree in history from Kenyon College and her J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law. After law school, Professor Gundlach worked as an associate in a commercial litigation boutique. She later transitioned to plaintiffs’ class action litigation at Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll in Washington, D.C, where she participated in the first trial of a class action lawsuit under the Americans With Disabilities Act and represented the respondents before the Supreme Court in Carmichael v. Kumho Tire Co., a landmark case involving the admissibility of non-scientific expert testimony. She later worked as a Policy Analyst at People For the American Way, where she monitored, researched, and reported on litigation, legislation, and community activities involving First Amendment rights to religious liberty and the separation of church and state in public school education.

Professor Gundlach began her teaching career at American University’s Washington College of Law in 2000, first as an adjunct professor in the Legal Methods first-year curriculum and then as a Practitioner-In-Residence in the Civil Practice Clinic. From 2002-2007, she was an Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA. In addition to teaching Professional Responsibility, Professor Gundlach created and developed the Disability Advocacy Clinic, a program in which she supervised law students’ representation of indigent clients with disabilities in administrative, state, and federal court proceedings.

Professor Gundlach’s previous scholarship and presentations have drawn on recent developments in social science and educational theory to inform and improve law school pedagogy and, consequently, the representation of clients. In addition, she has presented at workshops and conferences on issues involving professional responsibility and legal ethics, as well as disability law.

She is involved in the American Association of Law Schools’ Section on Clinical Legal Education and was recently asked to serve as a member of an American Bar Association Accreditation Site Visit Team. She is active in local bar associations and is a past chair of the Boston Bar Association Ethics Committee.


Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
LAW 1700 CIVIL PROCEDURE I Graduate
LAW 1701 CIVIL PROCEDURE II Graduate
LAW 2867 INDEPENDENT STUDY Graduate
LAW 3200 FOUNDATIONAL LAWYERING SKILLS Graduate
LAW 3821 SUMMER EXTERNSHIP Graduate
LAW 4700 ADVANCED EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM Graduate
LAW 4702 ADVANCED EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR Graduate
LAW 5910 PRO BONO SCHOLARS PROGRAM Graduate
LAW 5911 PRO BONO PRACTICE SEMINAR Graduate
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