Professor Elrod

Professor Jennifer Elrod has worked with students at the law schools of Columbia University, the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall), Brooklyn,  and City University of New York. Professor Elrod has taught a variety of courses in the first-year law school curriculum as well as upper-level seminars. Her command over doctrine, pedagogy, and learning styles has enabled many law students to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in their law school studies.

Professor Elrod’s experience also includes recruiting law school applicants and reading application files.  Because she has worked on both sides of the law school admissions process, she has a deep understanding of the admissions cycle and the qualities school admissions committees seek when reviewing law school applications.  She has also counseled many undergraduates on the law school application process.

Professor Elrod holds a J.D., an LL.M., (Master of Laws), and a J.S.D. (Doctor of the Science of Law). Her published work includes articles on the speech and press clauses of the First Amendment and critical race theory.

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