Suzette M. Malveaux

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American professor Suzette M. Malveaux is one of the celebrated names in the field of education and law. She is best known for her contribution to different law schools, including CUA. More to that, she is widely popular as an expert on civil rights law and fights for justice appearing before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Born on 4th December 1966 in Lansing, Michigan, Suzette is the daughter of Floyd J. Malveaux, an executive director, and former educator. Myrna Maria Ruiz. She grew up with her identical twins, Suzanne Malveaux, the CNN anchor. Nationality-wise, she is American and belongs to mixed ethnicity.

Is Suzette M. Malveaux Dating Anyone Currently?

Provost Professor of Civil Rights Law is currently dating her partner Catherine Smith. She has not shades light on their relationship which has left their dating life under review.

Suzette M. Malveaux with her three siblings
Image: Suzette M. Malveaux with her three siblings
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Suzette's partner, Catherine is also a Lawyer like herself. She teaches at a different law school than her. Smith has also served as the law school’s Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Together Suzette and Catherine are famous as Colorado's Legal power couple. Suzette M. is also not active on any social sites like Instagram and Twitter. Unlike other media personalities, Luke Russert and Eliza Collins, she prefers low-key personal life and keeps it as private as possible.

Professional Career

Following graduation from NYU Law School in 1994, Malveaux first served as the clerk of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York for the Honorable Robert L. Carter. Then in 2003, she started her teaching career at the Law School at the University of Alabama in 2003. In 2006, she joined the Columbus School of Law faculty.

Image: Civil Rights Director, Suzette M. Malveaux
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Suzette M is a regular analyst on various U.S. legal issues and has also been featured on media outlets such as CNN and MSNBC. Besides, she has been associated with several magazines such as The New York TimesThe National Law Journal, and The Wall Street Journal.

In 2019, Malveaux and Associate Professor Craig Konnoth attended the largest gathering of color legal scholars in history, the Fourth National People of Color (NPOC) Legal Scholarship Conference. Likewise, nearly 600 law professors at the American University Washington College of Law, in the nation's capital, discussed pressing legal issues and cutting-edge concepts. Meet another professor Christina Greer.

Net Worth & Salary

Malveaux makes a considerable amount of sum from her career in law, media, and education. As of now, she served provost professor for Civil Rights Law and Head of American Constitutional Law. Thus, looking at her career graph, her net worth is around $300 thousand.

Image: Suzette M. Malveaux at Stage
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Usually, a professor of law earns $119,610 per annum in the U.S., but as an experienced teacher, Suzette might make more than the average figure. Similarly, she also served as the civil rights law and class action litigation expert from where she earned an impressive amount.

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