Murphy Anderson Welcomes Temitope Aladetimi
Murphy Anderson would like to welcome Temitope Aladetimi as our American Postal Workers Union fellow.
Temitope received her J.D. from the Howard University School of Law and received her B.A. in Criminology, Law and Society with a minor in International Studies at the University of California, Irvine.
While in law school, Temitope served as President of the African Law Students Association. She worked as a student attorney at the Human and Civil Rights Clinic as well as the Movement Lawyering Clinic, representing marginalized communities in their efforts for protestor rights and structural policy change. During her time in law school, Temitope interned as a law clerk for the Office of Special Counsel working on federal whistleblower disclosures, abuses of authority, and gross mismanagement. She also interned at the Civil Rights division of the Transportation Security Administration in reviewing employment discrimination complaints.
Temitope was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Toronto, Canada.