Biography: Christopher Alan Bracey is Associate Professor of Law and Associate Professor of African & African American Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, where he teaches and researches in the areas of the constitutional law, civil rights, and the history of American race relations.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard Law School, Professor Bracey is quickly becoming a leading public intellectual on matters of race, law and politics. His comments on the criminal trial of pop icon Michael Jackson have appeared in various news and media outlets, including CBS Early Morning Show, MSNBC, ABC News Radio, Associated Press, Salon Magazine, San Jose Mercury News, and Campbell Live, TV-3 in Auckland, New Zealand.
Professor Bracey is the administrator and a regular contributor on www.blackprof.com, one of the most widely read law-oriented internet blogs, and the preeminent African American academic blog. His academic writings, which focus on the intersection of race, law, and American politics, have appeared in a variety of leading law journals. He has previously taught at George Washington University and Northwestern University, where he received the 2000-2001 Northwestern Outstanding Law Faculty Award. He lives in St. Louis.
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