Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Education; Consumer Protection Legal Clinic Director
B.A., Westminster College; J.D., Washington and Lee University School of Law
Room 105I | Phone: 501-916-5430 | Email
Assistant: Kendra Carolina | Room 105G | Phone: 501-916-5492 | Email
Anastacia Greene is the Director of the Consumer Protection Clinic. In this Clinic, students represent low-income clients in consumer cases including evictions, foreclosures, debt collection and other consumer issues.
Before joining Bowen, Prof. Greene taught at the Immigration Clinic at University of Florida Levin School of Law, and with the Pro Bono Clinic at UIC, where she taught seminars on foreclosure law and civil litigation practices.
Professor Greene has concentrated her career on public interest law. She has worked at legal services agencies representing low-income clients in consumer law, housing law, and immigration law cases.
She received her B.A. at Westminster College, and received her J.D. at Washington & Lee University School of Law, where she was staff-writer for the Law Review.
When not working, she enjoys biking, singing and playing music.
Publications and papers
What’s Old Is New: Can Obsolete Immigration Laws Assist Victims of a New Climate Crisis? [article], Belmont Law Review, Vol. 9, Issue 2 (Spring 2022), pp. 571-596
The Campaign to Make Ecocide an International Crime: Quixotic Quest or Moral Imperative?, 30 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 1 (2019). [SSRN]
Case Summary: People v. Bonilla, ISBA Criminal Law Section Newsletter, Criminal Justice, December 2018.
Seen and Not Heard?: Children’s Objections under the Hague Convention on International Abduction, 13 U. Miami Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 105-162 (2005).