Bernard K. Freamon is professor of law emeritus at Seton Hall Law School. He is also an adjunct professor of law at NYU School of Law and an affiliate faculty member at George Mason University.
At Seton Hall, professor Freamon taught a variety of courses, including evidence, prisoners' rights, post-conviction remedies, civil rights, and Islamic jurisprudence.
He is the founding director of Seton Hall's Center for Social Justice. In that capacity, he conducted litigation in the Supreme Court of the United States, lower federal courts, and various state courts, raising constitutional and state law issues having an impact on the well-being of the poor, the underrepresented, unpopular speakers, religious minorities, prisoners, lawyers, and criminal defendants.
BERNARD K. FREEMON
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