Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Earthrise Law Center
Specialty Areas & Course Descriptions
J.D., cum laude, 2005, Lewis & Clark Law School
B.S.S.W., cum laude, 1997, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Aubrey Baldwin is a clinical professor of law and staff attorney at the Earthrise Law Center. She grew up in Southern Appalachia, where she studied social work with particular emphasis on the intersection of environmental quality and human welfare. Before law school, Aubrey worked as a community organizer addressing urban food systems issues, provided counseling services, and started an organic CSA farm in East Tennessee. As a law student, Aubrey was active in student government and several law student groups. She also worked for a variety of public interest organizations including the Crag Law Center in Portland, the Center for Food Safety in Washington, D.C., and Earthrise. In 2006, the Environmental Alumni Association awarded her the Williamson Award, which recognizes an outstanding recent graduate who has demonstrated a commitment to public interest environmental work. Following law school, Aubrey was an associate at a small firm focusing on state and federal actions under the Clean Air Act on behalf of citizen activists and public interest organizations.