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					                         Professor Mary Louise Frampton
                            UC Berkeley School of Law
                          University of California, Berkeley
                   785 Simon Hall, Berkeley, California 94720-7200
                           mlframpton@law.berkeley.edu
                                    510-642-4474


EDUCATION

    Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, J.D. cum laude, 1971
          •   Note Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review
          •   Founder and Co-Chair, Harvard Women Law Students Association
          •   Student Representative, Harvard Faculty Committee on Legal Education
          •   Harvard Voluntary Defenders (criminal defense clinic)

    The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England
    Graduate Research in Legal History, 1967–1968

    Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, B.A. magna cum laude, 1967;
    Phi Beta Kappa

    University College, University of London, London, England, 1965–1966;
    Independent Study in English History

PUBLICATIONS

    After the War on Crime: Race, Democracy, and a New Reconstruction, ed. with Ian
    Haney López, Jonathan Simon (NYU Press 2008).

    “Transformative Justice and the Dismantling of Slavery’s Legacy in Post-Modern
    America,” After the War on Crime: Race, Democracy, and a New Reconstruction (NYU
    Press 2008)

    From the FCC’s Fairness Doctrine to Red Lion’s Fiduciary Principle, 5 CIV. RIGHTS-
    CIV. LIB L. REV 89 (January 1970)

    The Enforcement of Federal Reclamation Law in the Westlands Water District, 13 U.C.
    DAVIS L. REV. 89 (Winter 1979-80)

    Contributor to Schlei and Grossman, Employment Discrimination Law (Bur. of National
    Affairs, 1976)
RECENT SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

    “Innovative Teaching Methods and the Carnegie Report on Legal Education,” American
    Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (January 2008).

    “The Effects of Proposition 209 on Public Contracting,” Sacramento Legislative Briefing
    sponsored by the Henderson Center, the California Commission on the Status of Women,
    California Women’s Legislative Caucus, Latino Legislative Caucus, Legislative Black
    Caucus, Asian Pacific Islander Caucus, and the Insight Center for Community Economic
    Development (April 2008)

    “Exploring the Social Justice Implications of School Finance: The Challenges of
    Initiating a
    Dialogue,” UC Berkeley Center for Latino Policy Research Book Colloquium (April
    2008)

    “How Proposition 209 Affects Public Employment and Contracting,” California
    Association of Equal Opportunity Professionals Annual Conference (May 2008)

    “National Latino Academy of Arts and Sciences” Organizing Convening Facilitator, UC
    Berkeley Institute for the Study of Social Change (May 2008)

     “Race and the Law” UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy Summer Institute
    (July 2008).

    “Community Engaged Research in the Central Valley,” at “A Conversation about Civic
    Engagement,” Office of the UC President (September 2008)

    “Juvenile Justice and Restorative Justice,” UC Sacramento Center (November 2008)

    “Restorative Justice”, Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice symposium “Juvenile Justice
    Reform: Forty Years After Gault (October 2007)

    “The Efficacy of Restorative Justice as a Tool to Reduce Disproportionate Minority
    Contact,” National Conference on Restorative Justice (June 2007).

    “Changing the Media’s Reporting of Crime: The Communities in Justice Project,” with
    Martin Reynolds, Editor, The Oakland Tribune, Law and Society Annual Conference
    (May 2007)

    “Strategies for Preserving the Rights of Undocumented Children,” Chief Justice Earl
    Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity & Diversity symposium, “The Education of All Our
    Children: The 25th Anniversary of Plyler V. Doe” (March 2007)
    “The War on Crime: Slavery’s Legacy in Modern America” Gloucester Conference on
    “Too Pure an Air: Law, Liberty, and the Quest for Freedom, Justice, and Equality”
    Gloucester, England (celebrating the 250th anniversary of the Somerset case that
    abolished slavery in England) (June 2006).

     “Public Interest Lawyering,” American Constitution Society Conference on Access to
    Justice (April 2006).

     “How America’s Cognitive Dissonance about Racial Prejudice Thwarts the Enforcement
    of Anti-Discrimination Laws in Education,” Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England (June
    2005).

    “Unbundled Legal Services,” Law and Society Annual Conference (May 2004)

    “Empirical Research on Legal Services Delivery Models” Law & Society Annual
    Conference (May 2003).


BAR ADMISSIIONS

    State of California: January 1972; U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of
    California, the Central District of California, and the District of Columbia; U.S. Courts of
    Appeal for the Ninth Circuit, The District of Columbia, and The Federal Circuit; U.S.
    Court of Military Appeals; U.S. Supreme Court

EMPLOYMENT

    Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice, UC Berkeley School of Law
           Faculty Director (2008-present)
           Executive Director (2001-2008)

    Frampton, Williams & Little (and predecessors) (private civil litigation practice
    specializing in constitutional, federal reclamation,,and employment law)(1974–2001)

    San Joaquin College of Law, Fresno, California,
           Adjunct Professor (Constitutional Law and Employment Discrimination) (1975–
           1982)
           Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (1980–1982) (while in private practice)

    California Rural Legal Assistance, Madera Office, Directing Attorney (1973–1974)
    Associate Attorney (1971–1973)

    East Harlem Community Law Office, New York City, Law Clerk, (Summer 1970)
     Subcommittee on Administrative Practices and Procedures of Senate Judiciary
     Committee, Law Clerk to Senator Edward Kennedy (Summer 1969)


SELECTED ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE WHILE IN PRACTICE

     Judge Pro Tempore, Fresno County Superior Court (1982-2001)
     Arbitrator and Mediator, Fresno County Superior Court (1990-2001)
            Evaluator, United States District Court for the Eastern District Early Neutral
            Evaluation Program
     Fee Arbitrator Fresno County Bar Association (1988-2001)

     Member, Lawyer Representatives Coordinating Committee, Ninth Circuit Judicial
           Conference (1988–1989)
     Lawyer Representative to Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference (1987–1989)
     Member, Ninth Circuit Magistrates Advisory Committee
     Member, Ninth Circuit Rule 11 Study Committee
     Member, U.S. District Court Merit Selection Panel for Appointment of U.S. Magistrate

     Executive Committee to Conference of Delegates of the State Bar of California (1989–
             1991)
     Resolutions Committee to Conference of Delegates of State Bar of California (1986–
             1989)
     Barrister, American Inns of Court, San Joaquin Valley Chapter (1992–1997)
     First Board of Governors, California Women Lawyers (1975–1977)
     Founding President, San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (1988–
             1989)
     Board of Directors, Fresno County Bar Association (1983–1986)
     Chair, Judicial Evaluation Appointments Committee, Fresno County Bar Association
             (1981–1984)
     Board of Directors, Fresno County Legal Services (1976–1979)

     Teacher of the Year Award, San Joaquin College of Law (1978 and 1983)
     Co-Founder of Association of California State Accredited Law Schools (1980)

     Speaker at Eastern District Judicial Conferences, Continuing Education of the Bar,
           California Trial Lawyers Association, California Employment Roundtable, and
           California Employment Lawyers Association Conferences

				
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