- Jennifer Mailly
- Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
- Chase Hall 302
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Jennifer Mailly, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law. Professor Mailly teaches courses in Legal Analysis, Research and Writing and in Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation as part of the first-year Lawyering Process curriculum. Professor Mailly also oversees the Individual Externship program, in which students earn credits for experiential learning at field placements throughout the legal community. Professor Mailly has designed and taught academic support programs for second-year law students and offers a year-long series of academic success workshops for first-year students. She graduated from Brown University (A.B., magna cum laude), where she concentrated in International Relations, and from the Ohio State University College of Law (J.D., summa cum laude). Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Mailly was an associate in the litigation and labor departments at Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett in New York City, and an associate and later counsel in the labor and employment department of Shipman & Goodwin in Hartford. A member of the Connecticut and New York Bars, Professor Mailly’s main areas of legal interest are clinical skills instruction, experiential learning, professional responsibility, legal research and writing, academic support, employment discrimination and education law.