Practitioner in Residence
Rangeley Wallace has served on the Clinical Program faculty for many years. She has been a Practitioner in Residence with the Disability Rights Law Clinic; she has also been a Practitioner in Residence with the General Practice Clinic. Ms. Wallace has previously served as an instructor in the Legal Rhetoric Program. Ms. Wallace has worked in several diverse fields since graduating from the Washington College of Law in 1975 and is a published novelist. She spent a year as a graduate fellow at the Institute for Public Interest Representation at Georgetown Law Center. She has been in private practice, where she specialized in federal agency litigation and federal court litigation and appellate practice. Ms. Wallace also was an attorney in the Department of Justice, first in the Antitrust Division and thereafter in the appellate section of the Criminal Division.
There are no classes currently associated with this professor.
Areas of Specialization
- Appellate Advocacy
- Products Liability
- Criminal Law
Degrees & Universities
- LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center 1976
- J.D., American University Washington College of Law 1975