Ann Fagan GingerAnn Fagan Ginger
(born July 11
) is a nationally-known American lawyer
, teacher, writer, and political activist. She is a founder and the executive director of the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Ginger practiced law for many years in Berkeley, California. She has been a visiting professor of law at a number of schools in California and Washington. She is the author of many books and articles, and lectures widely. She is an expert in civil liberties law and peace law under the statutes of the United States and the United Nations. Ginger has argued and won before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ann Fagan Ginger is the first wife of historian and author Ray Ginger (1924-1975).
Partial list of works
- California Criminal Law Practice (vol. I)
- California Criminal Law Practice (vol. II)
- The National Law Guide
- Jury Selection in Civil and Criminal Trials
- The National Lawyers Guild From Roosevelt through Reagan (ed.)
- Nuclear Weapons Are Illegal
- Carol Weiss King: Human Rights Lawyer (1895-52)
- Challenging U.S. Human Rights Violations since 9/11