Ansel Brown

Ansel Brown is Visiting Assistant Professor at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law. Brown became a faculty member in the law school in fall of 2019. He presently teaches Legal Letters (International Law), Legal Research and Analysis, Legal Research and Persuasion, and Civil Procedure. His research focus is international law and Pan-Africanism. Previously, Brown served as the NCCU Prelaw Advisor and Director of the University Honors Program. Prior to entering academia, Brown served as policy counsel at both the North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development and the Center for Responsible Lending, where he advocated for consumer protection laws aimed at reducing predatory subprime lending and rising student debt. Brown earned his bachelors degree from NCCU and his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. While a law student, he received the Dean of Students Community Leadership Award and served on both the International Law Journal and the Black Letter Law Journal.  A member of the N.C. State Bar, Brown sits on the Board of the American Diplomacy Magazine, as well as The Life Center of Durham, NC.  Last year, Prof Ansel Brown presented papers at  the  Racialization and Publicness in Africa and the African Diaspora Conference,  which held at the African Studies Center and St. Antony’s College; and also at the Africa Leadership Summit, Jerusalem where he was appointed Diaspora Representative of the Africa-Israel Chamber of Commerce.  Brown is a Director at the ISGAP African and Jewish Diaspora Homeland Studies Program

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