Faculty: Carrie Rosenbaum
- Adjunct Professor
- San Francisco
Adjunct Professor Carrie Rosenbaum is an immigration attorney in private practice,
a law professor, and a scholar. Professor Rosenbaum speaks and publishes on immigration
law at the intersections of criminal, employment and constitutional law.
Professor Rosenbaum has received many pro bono awards and she has served on the Executive Board of the Bay Area National Lawyer's Guild, as Co-Chair of the Bay Area National Lawyer's Guild Immigration Committee. She has also held leadership roles in the American Immigration Lawyer's Association Northern California chapter. In addition to engaging in direct representation at the immigration court, Board of Immigration Appeals, circuit and district courts, Professor Rosenbaum regularly serves as a consultant to lawyers engaging in complex immigration litigation involving issues such as immigration consequences of criminal convictions, terrorism bar and persecution of others accusations, and political asylum matters. LexisNexis publishes her work and has recognized her as an "Expert Commentator."
Professor Rosenbaum received a J.D. from the University of California King Hall School of Law, at Davis, and she was awarded an undergraduate degree with high honors in Film Studies, Political Science and French, from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Professor Rosenbaum's scholarship currently focuses on immigrant integration, the constitutionality of sub-federal immigration laws, racial bias in policing, and the repercussions of the war on drugs for immigrants and immigration law.