J.D., Washington University | B.A., University of Notre Dame
Rebecca Feldmann is a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor in the Center for Social Justice, where she co-teaches the Immigrants’ Rights / International Human Rights Clinic. Her teaching and scholarship interests focus on immigration law and policy, access to justice, and public international law.
Prior to joining the Seton Hall Law School faculty, Professor Feldmann was a Clinical Teaching Fellow and Supervising Attorney at Georgetown Law’s asylum clinic, the Center for Applied Legal Studies (CALS). Professor Feldmann co-taught the clinic seminar and advised students representing asylum seekers in hearings before the Baltimore and Arlington immigration courts. She has also taught as an adjunct professor at St. Louis University School of Law, where she coached the Jessup International Moot Court team and developed a course on International Courts & Tribunals.
Previously, Professor Feldmann was an attorney at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, where she represented low-income immigrants and their U.S. citizen family members in a variety of immigration proceedings. She has defended refugees, asylum-seekers, survivors of domestic violence, and survivors of human trafficking in proceedings before U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services and the immigration courts. She has also litigated cases in the Eastern District of Missouri and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Professor Feldmann received her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis, and her B.A., with honors, from the University of Notre Dame.