Public Lecture

“Rebel with a Cause: Stories about Survivors and Victims of Civil Rights Violations, Barriers to Accountability in Northeast Ohio Police Departments, Jails, and Prisons, and the Limits of the Courtroom”

Friday, October 4, 4:30-6:00pm
Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom

Careers Colloquium Workshop

POSC Majors Only

Saturday, October 5, 11:00am-1:00pm
Mather House, Room 100

Photo of Jacqueline GreeneAbout the Speaker:

Jacqueline Greene practices civil rights law at Friedman & Gilbert and focuses primarily on police and prison misconduct, wrongful convictions and wrongful imprisonment, and other government misconduct. She also provides criminal defense representation in federal and state court criminal cases.

Jacqueline was named to the Super Lawyers Ohio Rising Stars list for 2019. In 2017, she received the Distinguished Young Alum award from Case Western Reserve University’s College of Arts and Sciences

Jacqueline serves as Co-Coordinator for the Ohio Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild and President for the Ohio Innocence Project’s Northeast Ohio Board of Advocates. Additionally, she is a director-at-large for the Federal Bar Association-Northern District of Ohio Chapter Board and serves on the CLE committee, and is a member of the National Police Accountability Project.

Previously, Jacqueline worked internationally in the fields of criminal law, human rights law, and humanitarian law. She was a Human Rights Fellow at the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative in 2013 and a Researcher for the International Bar Association Human Rights Institute in 2011 and 2012.

Jacqueline attended Case Western Reserve University where she received her B.A. in Political Science in 2007, and her J.D. in 2011.