A. Rachel Camp
Visiting Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Miami University (Ohio); J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Since 2008, Professor Camp has been on faculty at the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Family Law Clinic (FLC) as a Clinical Teaching Fellow....Continue Reading
Since 2008, Professor Camp has been on faculty at the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Family Law Clinic (FLC) as a Clinical Teaching Fellow. Professor Camp supervises law students representing clients in family law cases and domestic violence civil protection order hearings, and co-teaches a weekly seminar on lawyering and litigation skills. In Spring 2010, Professor Camp re-integrated into the FLC curriculum a community legal education component and has supervised students on projects ranging from a workshop on domestic violence organized at a local Mosque, to a project on a new Maryland law that affords rental housing protections to domestic violence survivors, to a teen dating violence program. Professor Camp’s scholarship considers the intersection of child welfare and mental health services, with her most recent article exploring psychotropic medication prescription trends by children in foster care.
Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Baltimore, Professor Camp practiced law in Oregon as an Assistant Attorney General with the Oregon Department of Justice. While there, she served as counsel for a variety of state agencies, including the Department of Human Services in matters involving child abuse and neglect. Prior to her employment at the Oregon Department of Justice, Professor Camp was a staff attorney at the Maryland Disability Law Center representing patients at a maximum-security state psychiatric hospital.