Biography

Amy Wallace is a professor at New York Law School.

Amy Wallace is a professor at New York Law School where she directs the Street Law program and teaches Advanced Legal Methods.

Wallace graduated from the University of Toronto in 1997 with a degree in political science. She attended the Georgetown University Law Center where she participated in the Street Law clinic. She graduated from GULC in 2000 and began working as a mergers and acquisitions associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in New York City. While at Morgan Lewis, she continued working with high school students as a mock trial/moot court coach at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx and as an instructor with the High School Law Teaching & Advocacy Program at Humanities Preparatory Academy in NYC. Through the Teaching Fellows program, Wallace began teaching law full time at DeWitt Clinton. She obtained her masters in education from Lehman College and she worked with a number of law-related education non-profits in the New York City/Westchester area before reconnecting with Street Law. She also worked as the editorial associate for the Journal of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness. As a consultant for Street Law, she directs the Summer Bridge program for the Charter High School for Law & Social Justice, mentors new U.S. law school-based Street Law programs, and assists with New York/Connecticut Legal Diversity Pipeline Program sites.