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Northwestern University
Doctoral Candidate

My Work: I study inequality in the legal profession. I have published or have forthcoming articles on how the...[More]
UC Irvine School of Law
Clinical Professor of Law

My Work: The expanding immigration enforcement apparatus and hollowed out labor protection functions of the s...[More]
University of New Mexico School of Law
Washburn University School of Law
Professor of Law

My Work: I write on issues related to economic, racial, housing, and consumer justice. I focus on housing and...[More]
Indiana University Robert McKinney School of Law

My Work: I teach and write in the area of comparative criminal procedure. In addition, I teach law classes in...[More]
University of Wisconsin Law School
University of Mississippi

My Work: I primarily research international trade and investment law, with a focus on development issues, cli...[More]
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Associate Research Fellow

My Work: I work principally in the field of socio-legal studies, focusing on discrimination, inequality, and,...[More]
Sapir College

My Work: I research and publish in the field of feminist critique of contract law.

My Work: I am a J.S.D.student at Cornell Law, exploring the law of money in the internet age.
University of California - Davis School of Law
Professor Emerita

My Work: I write in the area of law and political economy and am interested in how status subordination and e...[More]
Southwestern Law School

My Work: I situate myself and my work within the very long and overlapping traditions of critical movements/s...[More]
Rowboat Family Foundation
Foundation Administrator
University of Tennessee College of Law
Professor of Law

My Work: I have a passion for unmasking the hidden structures that perpetuate inequality in law and culture.
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Professor of Law
Loyola University New Orleans

My Work: My legal scholarship critically examines US courts' reliance on the consent doctrine as justificatio...[More]

My Work: As a graduate student who identifies as low-socioeconomic, I also study other students who identify ...[More]
University at Buffalo, State Univ. of New York
Professor of Law

My Work: I write about the connections between economics, law and inequality, focusing on how fundamental ide...[More]
University at Buffalo Law School (SUNY)
Professor of Law Floyd H. & Hilda L. Hurst Facult

My Work: Athena D. Mutua is a Professor of Law and the Floyd H. & Hilda L. Hurst Faculty Scholar at the State...[More]
Golden Gate Univ. School of Law
Professor of Law

My Work: I attended my first ClassCrits conference this weekend. It was great- thanks to all of the organizer...[More]
Loyola University New Orleans
Law Prof

My Work: interested in justice
Western New England University School of Law
Youth Collective for Economic Justice

My Work: As a Cuban-American scholar dedicated to community advocacy, I work to mitigate the harm of mass inc...[More]
Newcomb College Institute, Tulane University
Postdoctoral Fellow

My Work: I study the social construction of race through legislation and case law. Currently, I focus on the ...[More]