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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION FACULTY

Our distinguished faculty at each training session is comprised of Law Professors, retired Judges, and seasoned Litigators bringing a combination of over 200 years of legal training and experience to the classroom.

LEAP FACULTY MEMBERS

MARGARET A. BURNAM

MARGARET A. BURNAM

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Margaret A. Burnham, Professor of Law and Africana Studies at Northeastern University and directs the Civil Rights & Restorative Justice Project, which conducts research on violence against Black Americans during the Jim Crow years.

LENNOX S. HINDS

LENNOX S. HINDS

NCBL LEAP MODERATOR

Lennox S. Hinds, Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, International Human Rights Lawyer.

WILLIAM H. "BILLY" MURPHY, JR.

WILLIAM H. "BILLY" MURPHY, JR.

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

William H. “Billy” Murphy Jr., Former judge in Baltimore, Maryland, Senior and Founding Partner in the law firm, Murphy, Falcon, Murphy law firm, with 40+ years of practice in and out of the courtroom.

BERNARD K. FREEMON

BERNARD K. FREEMON

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Bernard K. Freamon, Professor of Law Emeritus at Seton Hall Law School; an adjunct professor of law at NYU School of Law; and an affiliate faculty member at George Mason University.

GERALDINE HINES

GERALDINE HINES

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Geraldine Hines, Retired Associate Justice, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and a Huber Distinguished Visiting Professor, Boston College Law School.

THEODORE M. SHAW

THEODORE M. SHAW

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Theodore M. Shaw, Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights at the University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill.

NANA GYAMFI

NANA GYAMFI

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Nana Gyamfi, President, National Conference of Black Lawyers, (NCBL) Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI).

IRVING L. JOYNER

IRVING L. JOYNER

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Irving L. Joyner, Professor of Law at North Carolina Central University School of Law. Professor Joyner has been engaged in litigation in the federal courts to challenge voter suppression laws and challenges to the redistricting plans for state and congressional legislative districts.

DONALD M. TEMPLE

DONALD M. TEMPLE

NCBL LEAP FACULTY MEMBER

Donald M. Temple, Practicing lawywer in the District of Columbia and metropolitan area federal courts, teaches and mentors aspiring law students, advises fellow lawyers, and supports social and economic empowerment efforts domestically and internationally.

( Excerpts from a LEAP CLE Master Class  )