B.A., 1971, American University
J.D., 1974, Harvard University
Professor Rhodes specializes in international human rights with an emphasis on economic rights, the role of intergovernmental organizations and regulation of multinational corporations. In addition to serving as director of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law’s LLM in American & Comparative Law Program for international lawyers from outside the United States, Rhodes is the chair of the college’s admissions committee and its Committee on Internationalization & Globalization. She is a member of the District of Columbia, Louisiana and U.S. Supreme Court bars. She is also the chair of the Sam Carey Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Committee. A member of the Society of Friends, Rhodes is a human rights and peace activist who has participated on the committees and boards of many nonprofit organizations, including the American Friends Service Committee, whose board of directors she served as vice-chairperson / associate clerk. She also has served as chairwoman of the Stiles African American Heritage Center’s “Quilting & the Quest for Freedom” project.