Rachel Wallace is a Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Policy Advocacy Clinic. She received a master of public policy degree from U.C. Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy in May 2020 and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame. During graduate school, Wallace was a student in the Policy Advocacy Clinic, where she worked on debt-free justice projects in the southern region of the United States. Wallace’s policy interests include carceral justice system funding and monetary sanctions, as well as the intersection of re-entry and civic engagement/voting rights. Most recently, she completed a landscape analysis on reimagining traditional restitution practices for her master’s thesis.
Rachel Wallace is teaching the following course in Spring 2022:
Courses During Other Semesters
|Semester||Course Num||Course Title||Fall 2021||295.5P sec. 001||Policy Advocacy Clinic||295.5X sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic||Spring 2021||290B sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic Seminar||295.5X sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic|