Susan Dussault

Adjunct Professor

Professor Dussault's practice focuses on humanitarian and family-based immigration matters. She is the founder and executive director of Legal Immigration Services & Teaching for Oregon Students (LISTOS), a nonprofit that partners with economically disadvantaged non-US citizens living in Oregon to improve their immigration legal status.

She has been a guest lecturer in Immigration Law at Lewis & Clark Law School and has taught Spanish-language citizenship classes to green card holders applying for naturalization. She was formerly a general commercial litigator and employment defense attorney in private practice with national firms in Portland, Denver, and Palo Alto. She was also senior counsel responsible for managing global litigation for a worldwide broadband company and has spent time as a municipal criminal prosecutor. 

Education

  • JD, Stanford Law School, with distinction, 1994
  • BA, University of Virginia, with distinction, 1991

Courses

  • Law 618-09: Immigration Clinic