Amy Ramson, B.A., J.D.Email:

Office Tel:  718-518-6568

Biography:  Professor Ramson is an attorney and has been a member of the New York State and Georgia bars since 1983 and 1987, respectively. She practices immigration and international law. She was employed at New York City by Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler and a boutique law firm and worked at a law firm in Geneva. She is a professor in the Public Policy & Law Unit, where she has taught public administration, paralegal and criminal justice courses since 1990. Professor Ramson was the chair of the Sexual Harassment Education Committee for a decade and the coordinator of the CUNY-NYPD Cadet Corps for three years. She was an early user of educational technology and is a long standing member of the Educational Technology Leadership Council (ETLC).  She was a founder, among others, of the Service Learning Committee on campus and is chair of the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) subcommittee of the ETLC. Her peer-reviewed articles and book chapters are in the areas of sexual harassment education; online learning; E-portfolios; and service learning and assessment. She has presented both internationally and domestically on these areas. In 2019, she was awarded a grant to create a course in cybersecurity.
Courses Typically Taught:  

LAW 125     Immigration Law
CJ 101        Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 150        Role of the Police in the Community
CJ 201        Issues in Law Enforcement
CJ 202        Corrections and Sentencing