Media and Speaking


Photo Credit: Rashid Tillis with Right Time Photography

As a legal expert, Njeri speaks, teaches and publishes in the areas of race, criminal justice, constitutional law, criminal litigation, criminal procedure, grand jury procedures, crime victims, domestic violence, police brutality and forensic evidence based on her personal experience, scholarly research, and work experience.

MEDIA KIT
To download Njeri’s Media Kit, click the button below.

CONTACT
For speaking requests and other comments, please click the button below to contact me.

Speaking Requests:

Non-academic speaking engagements on issues regarding criminal justice, diversity, or various legal issues, please use the contact form below.

For academic presentations at faculty workshops, colloquia, or symposia, please contact Professor Rutledge directly at: nmathis@stcl.edu

Media Inquiries:

Njeri is happy to respond to media requests.  Njeri’s Media Kit is available here for download:

Fox 26 Houston – Mom Squad – Thoughts on Kids wearing Masks

May 25, 2021

Fox 26 Houston – Mom Squad – Should Schools be able to regulate student speech off-campus

May 4, 2021

Fox 26 Houston – Talking to Children about Derek Chauvin Verdict

Part II – segment 2, 4/21/21

Fox 26 Houston – Talking to Children About Derek Chauvin Verdict

Part I – segment 1, 4/21/21

Fox 26 Mom Squad – Instagram for Kids, May 14, 2021

Requirements for Search Warrant

Njeri, speaking at a symposium on Breonna Taylor at the University of Kentucky Law School.

Essay Reading from anthology – Meeting at the Table: African American Women Write on Race, Culture & Community featured on Inspired with Patrick L. Riley

Diversity Summit at Lone Star College on Normalizing Racism, March 2021

Diversity in the Criminal Justice System and Prosecutors, March 2021

Allyship and Accountability – Houston Young Lawyers Association clip

Graduation Remarks for South Texas College of Law Houston, May 17, 2020

It’s A Conversation About Racial Justice & the Law

Sponsored by the ACLU Chapter of South Texas on September 23, 2020

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