Bernard A. and Lenore S. Greenberg Legal Scholar Fellow
Emmanuel Mauleón (he/him/his) is the Bernard A. and Lenore S. Greenberg Legal Fellow at UCLA School of Law and will teach Race, Sexuality, and the Law, as well as other courses focusing on critical race theory and sexuality. He previously worked at the Policing Project at New York University Law School as the Policing and Technology Fellow, where his work focused on regulating police access to surveillance and other emergent technologies, and as a fellow in the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, where his work centered on addressing white nationalist domestic terrorism, hate crime policy, and national security surveillance—particularly surveillance and policing of Black Muslim communities in the United States.
Mauleón studied Creative Expression and Social Movements at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and at New York University, Gallatin, before graduating with a B.F.A. in Painting with Highest Honors from the Rhode Island School of Design, and received his J.D. from the UCLA School of Law with specializations in Critical Race Studies and Comparative and International Law. He served as a senior editor of the UCLA Law Review, the Chief Developmental Editor of the Chicanx Latinx Law Review, served as the Secretary of the Latinx Law Students Association, and was an Alumni Board and Dean's scholarship recipient. He clerked for the Honorable Sarah Netburn in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Mauleón's publications have appeared through the UCLA Law Review, Just Security, Salon, and the Walker Art Center, as well as several published reports and white papers on policing and surveillance, domestic terrorism, and hate crimes policy, among others.