Dehlia Umunna, deputy director, and clinical instructor at the Harvard Law School’s Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) has been appointed Clinical Professor of Law at the ‘Harvard Law School’ making her the first Nigerian to be appointed as a professor at the school.
Umunna has been a lecturer at Harvard Law School since 2007.
As the Deputy Director and Clinical Instructor at Harvard Law School’s CJI, she oversees third-year law students in their representation of adult and juvenile clients in criminal and juvenile proceedings and arguments before Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals court.
She is the very proud mother of daughter, Ifeanyi, and son, Edozie.
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