Michael A. Middleton


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Michael A. Middleton

Deputy Chancellor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Law

BA, University of Missouri, '68
JD, University of Missouri, '71

Professor Middleton joined the law faculty in 1985 after an illustrious career with the federal government in Washington. He was a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice and in 1977 was appointed Assistant Deputy Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the Department of H.E.W.

After serving as Director of the Office of Systemic Programs for the EEOC and as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the Department of Education, he was appointed Associate General Counsel of the EEOC’s trial division. He returned to his alma mater from St. Louis, where he was director of the St. Louis district office of the EEOC.

Beginning in 1997 he served as the Interim Vice Provost for Minority Affairs and Faculty Development for the University of Missouri. In 1998 he accepted the position of Deputy Chancellor.

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Three Law Faculty Serve on Supreme Court Racial and Ethnic Fairness Commission

Professor Middleton Named Interim President of Lincoln University

President Middleton to Serve as Speaker for 2016 Hooding Ceremony

Faculty, Alumna to Participate in Inaugural Unbound Book Festival

Black Law Students Association Banquet Honors Lloyd Gaines

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Most Recent Publications

Panel Remarks Civil Rights Division Association Symposium: The Civil Rights Division at Forty (et.al.), 30 MCGEORGE LAW REVIEW 957 (1999)

Remark: Brown v. Board: Revisited, 20 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS LAW JOURNAL 19 (1995)

Small Numbers, Black Men, Precipitous Responses, Big Problems, 23 CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 267 (1994)

After We’re Gone: A Commentary, 34 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 443 (1990)

Challenging Discriminatory Guesswork: Does Impact Analysis Apply, 42 OKLAHOMA LAW REVIEW 187 (1989)

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