Rachel Wallace is a Clinical Supervisor at the Policy Advocacy Clinic. She received a master of public policy degree from U.C. Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy 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. Her work as a Clinical Supervisor primarily includes eliminating fees and fines for young people in the South and researching restitution and cash bail in California. 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.
Rachel Wallace is teaching the following course in Spring 2023:
295.5X sec. 001 - Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic
Courses During Other Semesters
|Semester||Course Num||Course Title||Teaching Evaluations||Fall 2023||295.5P sec. 001||Policy Advocacy Clinic||295.5X sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic||Fall 2022||295.5P sec. 001||Policy Advocacy Clinic||View Teaching Evaluation||295.5X sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic||View Teaching Evaluation||Spring 2022||295.5X sec. 001||Advanced Policy Advocacy Clinic||View Teaching Evaluation|