|Associate Clinical Professor Of Law
Founding Director,the Juvenile Advocacy Clinic
Jaime Kay Dahlstedt is the Founding Director of the Juvenile Advocacy Clinic, and teaches the Juvenile Advocacy Clinic seminar. She also teaches Professional Responsibility and a seminar on Representing Vulnerable Populations. Professor Dahlstedt founded and taught a domestic violence clinic prior to developing the juvenile clinic.
Professor Dahlstedt's research and academic interests focus on juvenile law, professional ethics and the prevention and mitigation of intrafamily violence. Her article, Notification and Risk Management for Victims of Domestic Violence, will be published in the spring 2013 edition of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Professor Dahlstedt joined the faculty in 2011 after spending two years as a teaching fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. Before entering academia, she was an attorney in San Diego, specializing in representing clients in high-impact cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals and various other state and federal courts.
LL.M., Georgetown Law
J.D., cum laude, University of San Diego School of Law
B.A., summa cum laude, Gonzaga University