Judith P. Lipton
Associate Dean for Experiential Education; Honorable Blanche E. Krupansky and Frank W. Vargo Jr. Professor of Law
B.S. 1971, M.S.S.W. 1972 (Wisconsin), J.D. 1979 (Connecticut)
Areas of Expertise
- Criminal Justice and Health Law
- Research and Practice Focuses On Inter-Disciplinary Strategies For Addressing Domestic Violence and the Rights of Immigrant Victims of Family Violence
Faculty BiographyJudith Lipton is the Associate Dean for Experiential Education and former co-director of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center. She joined the Case Western Reserve faculty after practicing as a social worker and attorney for Legal Aid Connecticut. She helped to establish the JD/MSSA dual-degree program. She teaches in the Criminal Justice Clinic and has taught in the Health and Family Law Clinics. Her current research and practice focus on inter-disciplinary strategies for addressing family violence and the rights of immigrant victims of such violence. She is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Human Trafficking Court being developed by Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Marilyn Cassidy.