Professor Susan Herman’s work with the American Civil Liberties Union earned her praise as one of five “women who are changing the world” from Patch news, in honor of National Women's History Month.
Hermanwas elected president of the organization in 2008 after serving on the organization's National Board of Directors for 16 years and as general counsel for 10 years.
“Herman’s reputation as a trailblazer speaks for itself,” according to the story. “From holding a chair as centennial professor of law at Brooklyn Law School — where she teaches courses on constitutional law and criminal procedure and hosts seminars on law and literature and terrorism and civil liberties — to publishing works on constitutional law and criminal law.”
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