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Susan Mandiberg has conducted anthropological fieldwork in rural Ecuador. Before joining the law school faculty, she was a trial and appellate attorney with the public defenders’ offices for Multnomah County and the federal courts and an associate with a Portland law firm. Mandiberg is co-author of a treatise on the subject of environmental crimes and has written a number of articles on the same topic. Mandiberg has taught law in Spanish both as a Fulbright professor of law in Venezuela and as a guest lecturer at law schools in Spain, Mexico, and Colombia. She has also lectured at national law schools in India. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar.
Mandiberg’s publications have focused on environmental crimes and have also included articles pertaining to criminal law and procedure generally.
Mandiberg is a long-term member of the Board of Trustees of Metropolitan Public Defender and is a Board member of the Friends of Chamber Music.