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Susanna R. Greenberg

Clinical Supervisor and Lecturer

Susanna Greenberg

Susanna Greenberg teaches and supervises in the Civil Practice Clinic, in which students develop core lawyering skills as they undertake a range of civil litigation matters for clients in underserved communities.  Prior to joining Penn Law, she represented clients in antitrust class actions and a variety of other complex litigation,  including pro bono matters related to immigration, property, education, and family law, as a member of the litigation department of a large law firm in Philadelphia. Continue reading… Susanna Greenberg teaches and supervises in the Civil Practice Clinic, in which students develop core lawyering skills as they undertake a range of civil litigation matters for clients in underserved communities.  Prior to joining Penn Law, she represented clients in antitrust class actions and a variety of other complex litigation,  including pro bono matters related to immigration, property, education, and family law, as a member of the litigation department of a large law firm in Philadelphia.  Her primary interests include education reform, urban policy, and civic engagement.  She serves on the boards of trustees of Independence Charter School and Young Involved Philadelphia.  She also previously worked on a gubernatorial campaign and as a teacher in public and charter schools in Washington D.C.

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Positions

Ballard Spahr (Philadelphia) - Associate (2007-12)

Cravath, Swaine & Moore (NYC) -- Summer Associate (2006)

New York City Department of Education, Office of New Schools -- Legal Intern (2005)

Professional Activities

Independence Charter School , Board Member (2011- )

Young Involved Philadelphia, Board Member & Corporate Secretary(2010-)

Center for Progressive Leadership, Pennsylvania 2010 Political Leaders Fellow

Courses

  • Civil Practice Clinic

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