Rob Smith, a doctoral student in the Joint Doctoral Program at Claremont Graduate University and San Diego State in Education, is conducting a study that focuses on women of color attorneys. The aim of the study is to describe women of color attorneys’ experiences with gendered racism in law school and the workplace to generate understandings of potential support factors.
Rob invites women of color attorneys to participate in one-time, virtual interviews regarding your experience navigating law school and as a practicing attorney. This 60-minute interview is voluntary and confidential and would take place via Zoom.
Please see the attachment and email Rob directly at [email protected] if you are interested in being interviewed or if you have questions. Thanks in advance for forwarding to your members and networks.
More About the Researcher
My name is Rob Smith and my pronouns are he/him/his. I identify as a black male, first-generation college student. I obtained a BA in Communication from University of San Francisco and a MA in Higher Education Student Affairs from University of San Francisco as well. I am currently in my second year of my PhD study in a joint doctoral program in Education with Claremont Graduate University and San Diego State University. I have over 10 years of experience in the field of higher education and my current role is the Program Manager for Student Pathways Programs at Ohlone College; a community college located in Fremont, CA. The inspiration and interest in the study and understanding of the experience of women of color attorneys comes from my partner who is a practicing attorney and identifies as a woman of color.