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About Shauna I. Marshall

Shauna Marshall joined the Hastings faculty in 1994 as a Clinical Law Professor. Prior to joining the faculty, she spent 15 years working on behalf of the public interest. She began her career as a trial attorney for the US Department of Justice, Antitrust Division. Five years later, she joined Equal Rights Advocates as a staff attorney working on impact cases, policy initiatives and mobilizing campaigns on behalf of low income women and women of color. She then spent four years in the Stanford and East Palo Alto community, lecturing in the areas of civil rights and community law practice at Stanford Law School and directing the East Palo Alto Community Law Project. She served as Hastings Associate Academic Dean from 2000 – 2002 and Academic Dean from 2005 – 2013. She stepped down as Academic Dean in 2013 and joined the emeritus faculty in 2014. Professor Marshall writes in the area of community law practice and social justice. Professor Marshall’s greatest joy is mentoring future social justice advocates.




Shauna I. Marshall, Mission Impossible?: Ethical Community Lawyering, 7 Clinical L. Rev. 147 (2000).

Shauna I. Marshall, Walking the Walk: An Affirmative Action Plan for Moving Welfare Parents into the Workplace, 9 Stan. L. & Pol’y Rev. 77 (1998).

Shauna I. Marshall, Class Actions as Instruments of Change: Reflections on Davis v. City and County of San Francisco, 29 U.S.F. L. Rev. 911 (1995).

Shauna I. Marshall, Insightfully Depicting the “Trees” but Blurring the “Forest”, 7 Hastings Women’s L.J. 369 (1996) (reviewing Jill Duerr Berrick, Faces of Poverty: Portraits of Women and Children on Welfare (1995)).




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