Disrupting Hierarchies in Legal Education: Commemorating the Impact of the Freedman Fellow Program Foreword
Volume 92, No. 4, Summer 2020
By Alicia Kelly & Richard K. Greenstein [PDF]

On October 24 and 25, 2019, twenty-three former Fellows of the Abraham L. Freedman Fellowship Program gathered at Temple University Beasley School of Law to celebrate the program’s contributions to legal education. This celebration included presentations of papers organized around the theme of “Disrupting Hierarchies in Legal Education.” That theme was especially appropriate given the disruptive impact of the Freedman Fellow Program itself.

Alicia Kelly, Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Strategic Initiatives & Professor of Law, Widener University Delaware School of Law; Freedman Fellow (‘99); Chair, symposium planning committee.

Richard K. Greenstein, Professor of Law, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law; Freedman Fellow (‘82); and former Director of the Freedman Fellow Program.