Jacqueline M. Philips
Dr. Jacqueline Philips is an Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Arizona and has been an outstanding member of the academia for more than 15 years. She studied law at Duke University and graduated summa cum laude. She obtained her J.D. from Harvard University and also contributed essential research for the same prestigious school when she put together her PhD in Law. Her excellent record as a student determined her to remain within the academic environment upon finishing her studies and thus to become a professor.
In addition, for her exceptional merits, Jacqueline Philips was accepted as an honorary member of the National Lawyers Guild, as well as of the International Law Association. Her research and numerous academic papers have been published both in collective volumes and in renowned journals, such as the US Legal and the National Law Journal.
As a professor of law, Mrs. Philips was honored with the Award of Excellence in Teaching for her popularity amongst students, but also for her numerous publications and contributions in the field of law. Jacqueline decided to become a member of our team of experts due to her professional interest in immigration and naturalization policies, and is now setting a thorough theoretical basis for our students.