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1985: David B. Thronson served in Nepal in Hangdewa, Taplejung beginning in 1985
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer David B. Thronson can be contacted at daviddthronsonaccmaildnevadadedu
Country of Service: Nepal
Training Group: N-156 Math and Science Education
Cities you served in: Hangdewa, Taplejung
Arrival Year: 1985
Departure Year: 1988
Math and science teacher, teacher trainer
Other Countries you served in, Training Group Name Arrival Year, Departure Year, Work Description:
Bring us up to date on your life after the peace corps:
I taught and was an assistant principal in the NYC Public Schools as a Peace Corps Fellow at Columbia University's Teacher's College. I left teaching to attend Harvard Law School. I briefly returned to Nepal to work with Bhutanese refugees in Jhapa. After law school I clerked in LA, then worked at a youth center in NYC, The Door, providing general legal services to young people. I then completed two years as the Gibbons Fellow in Public Interest Law in NJ before moving into law teaching at NYU's Lawyering Program. I am now an Associate Professor of Law at UNLV's Boyd School of Law where I direct an Immigration Clinic that provides free legal services to the immigrant community. I am married and have a two-year-old daughter.
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Any RPCVs from Nepal.
Originally posted: August 23, 2003
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