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Kate Nace Day

Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights

Kate Nace Day is a tenured Professor of Law at the Suffolk University Law School where she teaches Constitutional Law, International Human Rights: A Women’s Model, and Storytelling, Film, and the Law. She uses films about sex trafficking in all her courses to alter classroom experiences that affect learned lessons of caring, justice and self-worth, to re-imagine the relationship between sex, power and law, and to engage students in the human work of combating sex trafficking. Kate is working with her husband, Professor Russell G. Murphy, toward a formal Storytelling, Film and Law Project to challenge and subvert the signature pedagogy of traditional legal educations. Kate received her BA from Manhattanville College and her JD at University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall).