Susan Bryant is the Director of Clinical Programs and a professor of law at the City University of New York School of Law. She designed the experiential learning component of the school's curriculum in the 1980s and, prior to that, directed clinical programs at Hofstra University's Law School.
Bryant, whose ancestors on both sides emigrated from County Clare in the mid-1850s, received her undergraduate degree from St. Xavier in Chicago and her law degrees from Georgetown University, where she was a Prettyman Fellow. Married with two children, she has served on New York's Board of Legal Services since 2004 and on the New York State Diversity Coalition of Legal Services since 2002, and received the Bill Pincus Award from the Association of American Law Schools for her "significant contributions to clinical legal education."
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