Anne N. Schroth is a clinical professor of law and director of the Law School's Pediatric Advocacy Initiative, a medical-legal collaboration with healthcare providers designed to improve the health outcomes of low-income children and families. Prof. Schroth has been teaching at the Law School since 1997 and also has taught in the Michigan Clinical Law Program, focusing on family law and domestic violence cases, as well as in a domestic violence clinic and a poverty law clinic. She also has taught non-clinical courses at the Law School, including the Domestic Violence Litigation Seminar and Access to Justice. Throughout her time at the Law School, she has been the principal faculty liaison to the Michigan Poverty Law Program, Michigan's legal services support office that is jointly operated by the Law School and Legal Services of South Central Michigan. Prior to joining the Law School faculty, Prof. Schroth was a staff attorney with AYUDA in Washington, D.C., representing immigrant and refugee victims of domestic violence. She earned her BA at the University of Chicago, Phi Beta Kappa, and her JD at Harvard Law School, cum laude
, where she was executive director of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. Following law school, she clerked for the Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York and practiced as an associate with Bernabei & Katz, a plaintiff's civil rights law firm in Washington, D.C.
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