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About Kerrin C Wolf

Kerrin Wolf is a Abraham L. Freedman Fellow at Temple University's Beasley School of LAW. He joined Temple after receiving a doctorate in Urban Affairs and Public Policy from the University of Delaware, where he also served as a Public Policy Teaching Fellow. His dissertation, which was awarded the University of Delaware’s Dan Rich Dissertation Prize, analyzed the nature and practice of arresting students in public schools. Prior to pursuing his doctorate, Kerrin practiced at White and Williams LLP in Philadelphia. His work consisted of a variety of civil litigation matters, including construction disputes, products liability, and medical malpractice.
Kerrin received his J.D and B.A. from the College of William and Mary. He served as the Editor-in-Chief of the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal.
Kerrin’s legal scholarship focuses on children’s rights, education law, and juvenile justice. His current research explores the arrest decision making of school resource officers and the application of Miranda in the school setting. Kerrin’s prior publications include The Schoolhouse-to-Jailhouse Pipeline in Delaware, in DELAWARE HOUSING COALITION, THE REALITIES OF POVERTY IN DELAWARE 37-42 (2009-2010), and Making an Impact on Juvenile Delinquents: An Approach to Victim Impact Statements that Everyone Can Embrace, 55 JUVENILE AND FAMILY CT. J. 39 (Fall 2004).


Present Faculty Member, Temple University