Professor Schwartz joined the law faculty in 1977. Prior to that time, she taught in the clinic at Wayne State University.
She teaches in the College of Law's Clinical Law Program where she currently focuses on immigration law. In addition, she has taught non-clinical courses at the law school in the areas of Criminal Law and Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Immigration and Asylum Law, and Trial Advocacy.
Schwartz is a founding member of the Clinical Legal Education Association, and a former member of the executive committee of the AALS Clinical Education Section.
She regularly gives presentations to the bar and the community on immigration law and policy, and frequently speaks at clinical education conferences.
BA, University of Michigan, 1967
MA, University of Michigan, 1968
JD, Wayne State University, 1975