Naomi M. Mann
Clinical Associate Professor of Law
BA, cum laude, Harvard University
JD, magna cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center
Areas of Interest
Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Family Law
Naomi Mann ia a clinical associate professor in the Civil Litigation program, where she teaches students in the Employment Rights and Housing, Employment, Family Law, and Disability clinics. Before coming to Boston University, Professor Mann was a visiting assistant professor at Boston College Law School, where she taught students in the civil litigation clinic working on housing, family law and social security matters. From 2003 to 2010, she worked as a staff attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services and Washington Empowered Against Violence, representing low-income domestic violence and sexual assault victims in family law and restraining order cases. From 2010 to 2012, she worked as a civil rights attorney in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. Professor Mann’s areas of interest are in domestic violence, sexual assault and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
Independent Proposal Externship: Paper: LAW JD 710
This is a clinical program. Students must apply and be accepted before registering for this course. Students work under the guidance of a faculty member and earn two credits for writing a paper and submitting journals. The paper must be 15-20 pages in length. There are seven journals due (4-6 pages each). Students may satisfy the upperclass writing requirement through the paper, under agreement of the sponsoring faculty member. COREQUISITE: INDEPENDENT PROPOSAL EXTERNSHIP (LAW JD 709).
FALL 2015: LAW JD 710 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 4th 2015
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 710 A1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
FALL 2016: LAW JD 710 A1 , Sep 6th to Dec 8th 2016
SPRG 2017: LAW JD 710 A1 , Jan 17th to Apr 26th 2017
Semester-in-Practice: Independent Paper: LAW JD 740
The Semester in Practice is a one-semester clinical program. Students are required to apply and be accepted to the program before they may register. Accepted students will register for 2 graded credits for completing readings, writing a research paper, and for submitting weekly journals. COREQUISITE: Semester-in-Practice: Independent Proposal (JD 739).
FALL 2015: LAW JD 740 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 4th 2015
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 740 A1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
FALL 2016: LAW JD 740 A1 , Sep 6th to Dec 8th 2016
SPRG 2017: LAW JD 740 A1 , Jan 17th to Apr 26th 2017