Arlene S. Brock
Fulbright Visiting Scholar
Harvard Law School, JD
Former Bermuda Ombudsman Arlene Brock will spend the fall semester at NUSL, where she will participate in faculty colloquia and write a paper on “Exploring the Frontiers of the Ombudsman Institution.” Her paper will survey the appetite and ability of Ombudsmen worldwide to undertake complaints about internationally funded programs within their countries.

Julian Fray
Visiting Professor of Law
Amherst College, BA
Columbia University School of Law, JD
Boston University School of Law, LLM Taxation

Professor Fray teaches Basic Federal Income Tax, Corporate Tax, and Non-Profit Organizations. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a Senior Editor of the Law Review, and her B.A. from Amherst College in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought. She also earned an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University. Her current research focuses on federal regulation of non-profit organizations, with an emphasis on institutions of higher education.

Prior to joining Northeastern, Professor Fray clerked for Justice Gabrielle R. Wolohojian of the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and practiced at Ropes & Gray LLP and PricewaterhouseCoopers, focusing primarily on non-profit tax law and employee benefits. Before beginning her legal career, Professor Fray was a United States Army Reservist and a small business owner.

Rose Zoltek-Jick
Visiting Professor of Law

Rose Zoltek-Jick has taught at Northeastern University School of Law for over twenty years, specializing in criminal law and procedure, evidence, and law and psychiatry. Her academic writing has focused on statutes of limitation, cold cases, and civil lawsuits on cases of sexual abuse.