Thomas A. Nazario
Assistant Professor of Community Legal Education
Assistant Professor Thomas A. Nazario is the executive director of the Center for Community Legal Education and he supervises the Street Law Program. He is also the program director of USF's Tibetan Children Education Project. Nazario has been a Robert F. Kennedy Fellow and a consultant for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
- BA, City University of New York
- MA, City University of New York
- JD, University of San Francisco
- Senior Trainer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Assistant Deputy Public Defender, San Francisco
- Lecturer, Law and Sociology, Sociology Dept., USF
- Nazario's book "Living on a Dollar a Day" won the IPA’s Best Documentary Book Award for 2014. The award ceremony was held at Carnegie Hall in New York on November 2nd and was called the Lucie Awards.
- Nazario's book, "Living on a Dollar a Day: The Lives and Faces of the World's Poor," won the prestigious International Book Award for Non-Fiction Narrative Writing for 2015.