Age: 26
Home Town: Mobile, Alabama
Education: JD, Public Interest Law, The University of Alabama School of Law
Specific Field Interests: Education Policy
Placement: AIF, Learning and Migration Program (LAMP) - Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Area of Focus: Education

Highlights: Caleb's interest in education policy began during university after he spent a summer in Jaipur studying Hindi on a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State. Following his childhood dream of becoming a lawyer, Caleb went to law school to practice public interest law. Always searching for ways to integrate education policy into his legal studies, Caleb worked as a legal intern at the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, where he investigated complaints of federal civil rights violations at educational institutions across the Southeast. During his time reading law, Caleb also worked as a certified legal intern at The University of Alabama School of Law Civil Law Clinic, which provides legal representation to traditionally underserved populations in the community. Caleb is excited to work at LAMP‰, finally putting his legal research and writing abilities to use in the Indian education policy field by creating legal workshops for LAMP-affiliated organizations.

Posts by calebchristian


Rust and Glass

After navigating a particularly tight squeeze between two homes on, what I’m assuming was, a […]


Of Plums and Horizons — Part II

I awoke earlier than usual. It was my final day at the resort, and I […]


Of Plums and Horizons — Part I

It had been a grueling three hours of uphill, crisscross, back-and-forth travel. Especially for a […]


Memory Marg

I left my home-away-from-home in August 2014. I took one last bite of stuffed naan […]


The One Where Caleb Plants a Tree

It was a particularly hot day in Gujarat. As the car came to a stop […]


The LAMP Delivery System

The objective seemed straightforward on its face: “To reduce the extent of child migration and […]


Bachau and Back Again — Part III

I always know when I’ve reached Kachchh—the landscape dramatically changes. Where there once was scrub […]


Sisyphus and the Pigeons

If you polled the average person who has lived in or visited India on which […]


Bhachau and Back Again — Part II

I had only been in Ahmedabad for nine days when the LAMP (AIF’s Learning and […]


Bhachau and Back Again – Part I

  The whimsy of Garba music circled from my open door as I exited the […]

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