Judith Lipton

professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Professor Lipton joined the Case Western Reserve Faculty in 1980 after practicing as a social worker and attorney for Legal Aid. She helped to establish the J.D./M.S.S.A. dual degree program. She is the co-director of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center and teaches in the Criminal Justice and Health Law Clinics. Her current research and practice focuses on inter-disciplinary strategies for addressing domestic violence and the rights of immigrant victims of family violence.

Professor Lipton joined the Case Western Reserve Faculty in 1980 after practicing as a social worker and attorney for Legal Aid. She helped to establish the J.D./M.S.S.A. dual degree program. She is the co-director of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center and teaches in the Criminal Justice and Health Law Clinics. Her current research and practice focuses on inter-disciplinary strategies for addressing domestic violence and the rights of immigrant victims of family violence.

Website
law.case.edu