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Najarian Peters is a privacy law scholar and professor of law.

Professor Peters has been appointed Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kansas where she will create and teach two new privacy law courses and teach torts.  Previously she was the Inaugural Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor at the Institute for Privacy Protection at Seton Hall Law School.  There she designed and spearheaded the Institute’s programs, and developed its structure. Professor Peters’ research is focused on child privacy, race and privacy, healthcare, corporate integrity and ethics. 

Professor Peters earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Xavier University of Louisiana and her Juris Doctor from Notre Dame Law School, where she received the Joseph Ciraolo Memorial Award, Africana Studies Book Award, and a fellowship at the Center for Social Concerns. As a Graduate Fellow at the Center for Social Concerns Professor Peters created and taught the multi-disciplinary undergraduate seminar, Environmental Justice and Human Rights in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.  That seminar examined the intersectionality of race, class, and environmental justice informed by Catholic social thought and the Catholic intellectual tradition.