Law Matters: Black Lives Matter

  • Tue 27 Oct 20

    17:00 - 19:00

  • Online

  • Event type

    Lectures, talks and seminars
    Law Matters

  • Event organiser

    Essex Law School

  • Contact details

    Law & Human Rights Events and Communications Team

The Law Matters Seminar Series gives you the opportunity to engage with the critical issues of the day in the field of law.


Our Law School Community encourages critical, innovative and forward-thinking and this series of lectures provides a space for students to broaden their views and discuss the issues that really matter. This session is held in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University.


Dr. Christina Clamp has over 30 years of teaching experience at SNHU, where she is a professor with the School of Arts and Sciences and is the director of Co-operatives and Community Economic Development. Clamp received her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from Friends World College, her Master of Arts in Sociology and her Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology from Boston College. Clamp is a member of the Association of Cooperative Educators, American Sociological Association and the American Association of University Women. She is on the board of directors of the ICA Group (Boston), the Food Cooperative Initiative (MN) and the Allston/Brighton Community Development Corporation (Boston).

Dr. Lowell C. Matthews joined SNHU in 2012 and serves as associate professor of Global Business and Leadership, lead of Project AIM, and director of the University Honors Program at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Delaware, a Master of Business Administration from Roosevelt University and a Doctorate of Business Administration from Argosy University. Prior to Matthews’ time at SNHU, he served as director of fundraising events for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and as an adjunct professor at Roosevelt University. His research interests include organizational culture, global leadership practices, social justice and racial equity. In his role as faculty member at SNHU he is known for his experiential class delivery and project-based learning.


How to register:

You can register here for the event which will be held on zoom.

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