Welcome, Professor Nadiyah Humber

RWU Law welcomes the newest addition to its faculty

Nadiyah Humber
Assistant Clinical Professor Nadiyah J. Humber Image Credit: RWU Law/Charlie Abrahams
Michael M. Bowden

Roger Williams University School of Law is pleased to introduce the latest member of its faculty.

Effective this July, Assistant Clinical Professor Nadiyah J. Humber will join RWU Law as director of the Corporate Counsel and Government Clinical Externship Programs.

Professor Humber joins RWU Law from Suffolk Law’s Housing Discrimination Testing Program, where she was director of investigations and outreach and a clinical fellow. She was also a lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, where she taught law for business students.

Earlier she was Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Northeastern Law. She has served as a trial attorney with the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Worcester, Mass., as well as a volunteer attorney for the Housing Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services, and on the steering committee of the Boston Bar Association’s Commission on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

Professor Humber earned her B.S. from Vanderbilt and her J.D. from Suffolk.

Please join us in welcoming Professor Humber to our community!