Anne N. Schroth, a clinical professor of law, has over thirteen years of legal experience in civil litigation and has been teaching at the University of Michigan Law School since 1997. Throughout her time at the Law School, she has been the principal faculty liaison to the Michigan Poverty Law Program, Michigan’s legal services state supported office that is jointly operated by the Law School and Legal Services of South Central Michigan. She has taught in a variety of clinical settings, including the Poverty Law Clinic, the Civil Clinic, and the Domestic Violence Clinic. Most recently, she has developed a new clinical course, the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic, in which students work in a medical/legal collaboration with pediatric health-care providers to develop interdisciplinary strategies to improve the health outcomes of low-income children. Professor Schroth has also taught several non-clinical courses at the Law School, including the Domestic Violence Litigation Seminar and Access to Justice.
Prior to joining the Law School faculty, Professor Schroth was a staff attorney with AYUDA in Washington, D.C., representing immigrant and refugee victims of domestic violence. She earned her B.A. at the University of Chicago, Phi Beta Kappa. Schroth served as a student attorney and executive director of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau while earning her J.D. at Harvard Law School, cum laude. She then 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 in Washington, D.C.
Law School develops collaborative pediatric advocacy clinic
The University Record