Daria Fisher Page
Daria Fisher Page is a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at the Iowa College of Law, where she directs the Community Empowerment Law Project (CELP), and teaches courses on social justice, critical legal theories, and advocacy skills. Her students in CELP represent individuals and organizations working to strengthen their communities, create economic opportunity, and advance social and racial justice in Iowa. Her research and scholarship currently focus on access to, and experiences of, justice; meaningful community engagement; and legal education reform.
Before joining the Iowa faculty, Professor Fisher Page was a Visiting Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, where she directed a clinic focused on poverty law and economic justice. She also taught courses on comparative refugee law and strategic human rights litigation at the Universidad de San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador. Professor Fisher Page practiced law for several years in the areas of immigration and refugee law, juvenile law, and human rights, both domestically and internationally. She received an LLM with Distinction from Georgetown University; a JD cum laude from the University of Michigan; and a BA with Distinction from Yale University.