Latonia Haney Keith


Latonia Haney Keith currently serves as Concordia University School of Law’s Interim Dean and Associate Dean of Academics. Dean Haney Keith originally joined the faculty of Concordia Law as the Director of Clinical Education. In this role, she teaches law students the practice of law through the representation of underserved individuals and families in housing, criminal, and immigration matters. Professor Keith also regularly conducts trainings for lawyers and law students on recognizing one’s own implicit biases and employing strategies to de-bias and has published scholarship on the topic of bias and discrimination in the legal profession.

Prior to joining Concordia Law, Dean Haney Keith spent nearly seven years running a world-wide pro bono practice at a large law firm based in Chicago. After graduating from Harvard Law School, where she was a research assistant to Professor Laurence H. Tribe and Professor Charles Ogletree and an editor of and symposium co-chair for the Harvard Law Review, Dean Haney Keith clerked for the Honorable Judith Ann Wilson Rogers on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.  She is a member of the ABA’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service and the Executive Committee of the ABA Section of Business Law's Committee on Pro Bono.  Dean Haney Keith was confirmed by the Boise City Council as a CCDC Commissioner on March 3, 2020.