Kim Crag-Chaderton is a professor at the Florida A&M University College of Law where she teaches the Criminal Defense and Guardian ad Litem Clinics as well as oversees Field Placement studies. In October 2019, she was named Interim Director of Legal Clinic and Field Placement. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of the Virgin Islands and went on to graduate from Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis.
Prior to joining the faculty, she was a Senior Attorney for the Department of Children and Families for thirteen years where she earned numerous awards and commendations. Prior to her work with the Department of Children and Families she worked as a defense litigator for five years with the Office of Public Defender – Ninth Circuit. She has also worked as a law clerk at the Territorial Court of the Virgin Islands where she drafted opinions and orders; researched, reviewed and analyzed memoranda of law; and mediated small claims matters.
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Courses taught by Professor Taite:
- Field Placement
- Criminal Defense
- Guardian Ad Litem Clinic