First reverse redlining case filed against a for-profit school in the country, alleging that it used a variety of deceptive practices to encourage students to take out large federal student loans for an education that the school knew was inadequate, while targetting African Americans and residents of low-income neighborhoods for enrollment. The final settlement required the school to pay $5 million to to a class of over 4,000 members.
Successful jury trial resulting in $687,000 verdict in a race discrimination case on behalf of an African-American bartender.
In the Media
- Privately run prisoner transport company kept detainee shackled for 18 days in human waste, lawsuit allegesWashington Post, 04.24.2018
- Associated Press, 04.24.2018
- The Washington Post, 02.02.2016
- The Washington Post, 01.27.2016
- The Washingtonian, 01.26.2016
- Richmond BizSense, 07.29.2013
- Richmond Times-Dispatch, 07.26.2013
J.D., Harvard Law School, cum laude
B.A., Northwestern University, magna cum laude
- District of Columbia
- Michigan (inactive)
- Hon. Diane P. Wood, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit