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Professor Mitchell, an interdisciplinary scholar whose research focuses on the criminal justice system, specifically the collateral consequences of a criminal conviction, joined the University of Missouri School of Law faculty in 2006. He has served as a Missouri Supreme Court Faculty Fellow researching ex-offender reentry in Missouri. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a Scholar in Residence in the Department of Sociology at the University of Colorado at Boulder and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Andre M. Davis, formerly of the U.S. District Court. He has been recognized for his teaching - Gold Chalk Award (2009), and his contributions outside the law school - Legion of Black Collegians Minority Faculty and Staff Appreciation Award (2011). In 2012, he earned his doctorate in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania with his dissertation entitled, "Unintended Consequences?: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Obstacles that Prevent Successful Ex-Offender Reentry and Reintegration and the Societal Impact." He is an affiliate member with the MU Black Studies Program and a Policy Research Scholar with the MU Institute for Public Policy.
|Blanket Retroactive Amelioration: A Remedy for Disproportionate Punishments, 40 FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL CITY SQUARE 14 (2013).|
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|Impeding Reentry: Agency and Judicial Obstacles to Longer Halfway House Placements, 16 MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF RACE AND LAW 235 (2011).|
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|Unintended Consequences?: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of the Obstacles That Prevent Successful Ex-offender Reentry and Reintegration and the Societal Impact (Order No. 3551720, University of Pennsylvania), PROQUEST DISSERTATIONS AND THESES, 230 (2012).|