Nicole McConlogue

West Virginia University College of Law

Panelist, Courtroom Advocacy: Discovering and Telling Our Clients' Stories
Moderator, Calling Out Sexual Harassment in Housing: Fair Housing Protections for Tenants and Resources for Advocates

Nicole McConlogue is an Associate Professor and Clinic Director, primarily teaching in the Litigation and Advocacy Clinic. Before joining the faculty, she was a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Prior to that experience, she managed the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland's Consumer Protection Project and also worked as a disability benefits lawyer.

Professor McConlogue's scholarly interests concern economic mobility and fairness toward disadvantaged communities, and span a range of substantive topics including consumer protection, competition law, poverty law, and technological surveillance of the poor. Her work in progress, Discrimination on Wheels, demonstrates that high-tech license plate surveillance systems exacerbate credit access disparities and revive redlining practices when auto financers and insurers use these systems to score consumer applicants. She serves as a board member for the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, and a longtime volunteer for Alpha Gamma Delta Women's Fraternity.