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The People’s Dream Judge Seat #12

Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles

Criminal Litigation in Practice 

Rhonda Haymon, a distinguished legal professional and seasoned attorney, serves as an adjunct professor at Southwestern Law School, where she imparts her extensive expertise in criminal litigation in practice. Renowned for her dynamic teaching style and practical approach to legal education, Ms. Haymon's criminal litigation course has garnered immense popularity, boasting a waitlist reflective of the demand for her insightful instruction.

Students eagerly anticipate the opportunity to learn from a practitioner of her caliber, navigating the complexities of criminal law with real-world insights and fostering a deep understanding of the litigation process. Through her commitment to excellence and passion for legal education, Rhonda Haymon continues to shape the future of legal professionals, equipping them with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in the field of criminal law.

Mock Trial

Rhonda Haymon stands as a beacon of mentorship and guidance, channeling her extensive legal knowledge into the development of future lawyers through mock trials. As a devoted contributor to the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), she recognizes the importance of fostering practical skills and instilling confidence in aspiring legal professionals.

Rhonda's involvement in organizing and leading mock trials provides BLSA members with a unique opportunity to hone their advocacy skills, navigate legal scenarios, and develop a deep understanding of courtroom dynamics. Under her tutelage she goes beyond the theoretical, offering invaluable insights drawn from her own experiences.

Rhonda Haymon's commitment to empowering the next generation of legal minds through BLSA exemplifies her dedication to helping legal professionals to go F.A.R promoting fairness, accountability, and respect within the legal profession.

Alabama Chain Gang

During her time at Tuskegee University, Rhonda Haymon emerged as a passionate advocate for human rights, leaving an indelible mark on the fight for justice. One notable milestone in her activism was her involvement in the movement to abolish the Alabama chain gang system.


Rhonda, guided by an unwavering commitment to human rights, lent her voice to the chorus calling for an end to this archaic and inhumane practice. Her moral compass, deeply rooted in principles of fairness and respect, guided her efforts to challenge oppressive systems.


Rhonda's early activism foreshadowed a career marked by a steadfast dedication to justice and a resolute commitment to upholding the rights and dignity of all individuals. This why with Rhonda Haymon you will go F.A.R (Fairness, Accountabilty, and Respect).

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