Eduardo R.C. Capulong ’91 is a Professor of Law. Prior to joining the CUNY Law faculty, as its Director of the Lawyering Program, he was a Professor of Law and inaugural Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Education at the University of Montana, where he taught Lawyering, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Race, Racism, and American Law, and Law and Social Justice. Professor Capulong was also a visiting scholar at the Universidad de Granada Facultad de Derecho, where he helped launch the law school’s first clinical course; lawyering professor at New York University; and public interest, public policy, and externship programs director and lecturer at Stanford Law School, where he taught public interest lawyering and community organizing. He received his undergraduate degree in political science and journalism from NYU and a law degree from CUNY as a Patricia Roberts Harris and Davis-Putter Fellow.

Prior to teaching, Professor Capulong worked as a litigator, policy analyst, and community organizer for various nonprofits, including the Northern California Coalition for Immigrant Rights, Community Service Society, Center for Constitutional Rights, Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence, and Chinese Staff and Workers’ Association. He was the former Karpatkin Fellow at the American Civil Liberties Union and Pro Se Law Clerk at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Professor Capulong is a past co-chair of the American Association of Law Schools Section on Clinical Legal Education. He has also served on the boards of the Montana ACLU, Society of American Law Teachers, National Lawyers Guild (San Francisco), International Endowment for Democracy, Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, and Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.

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