Williams College Association of Maryland Presents "Critical Race Theory and Policing" with Raff Donelson '09


Williams College Association of Maryland invites Williams alumni and parents to join us for an online discussion entitled “Critical Race Theory and Policing” with Raff Donelson ’09, Assistant Professor of Law at Penn State Dickinson Law. His research and teaching focus on constitutional law, criminal procedure, and legal philosophy.

Professor Donelson’s more theoretical research interests include metaethics and general jurisprudence, while his doctrinal work focuses on constitutional protections for criminals and the accused. His scholarship is featured or forthcoming in law reviews, philosophy journals, and edited collections by respected academic presses. In 2017, Donelson was interviewed for Legal-Phi, an online venue featuring work on rising stars in the field of legal philosophy. Prior to joining Dickinson Law, Professor Donelson was Assistant Professor of Law and Philosophy at Louisiana State University. There, Professor Donelson served on the advisory board for the LSU Institute for Ethics and directed the Philosophy Department’s program in Law, Ethics, and Social Justice. Professor Donelson earned a JD-PhD from Northwestern University, an MA from the University of Chicago, and a BA from Williams College.

Questions? Contact Jason Poling ’94 at [email protected]