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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Polly Morgan

Polly Morgan is a Lecturer in Law at the University of East Anglia School of Law. UAE is located in Norfolk, England. She recently answered these questions for Feminist Law Professors. What is your educational and professional background? I hold … Continue reading

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FLP Interview with Jen Mullins

I recently met Jennifer Mullins, a Legal Rhetoric faculty member at American University Washington College of Law, where she is one of two 2011–2012 Graduate Teaching Fellows. Professor Mullins graduated cum laude from the Washington College of Law in 2011. … Continue reading

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Kerry Abrams on “Marriage Fraud”

Kerry Abrams (UVa) recently talked with folks at her school about her work on Marriage Fraud, 100 Cal. L. Rev. 1 (2012).  Here’s a portion of the interview: How did you become interested in writing about this topic? I study … Continue reading

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Interview with Feminist Law Prof Martha Fineman, Founder of the Feminist Legal Theory Project

For more than 25 years, Feminist Law Professor Martha Fineman (Emory) has been one of legal feminism’s leading voices.  She is a mentor and role model to countless other scholars.  Professor Fineman’s publications include  The Autonomy Myth: A Theory of … Continue reading

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Death of Louise Halper

From the FLP mailbox, this sad news of the death of Professor Louise Halper of Washington & Lee Law School:   Louise Halper, professor of law and director of the Frances Lewis Law Center at Washington and Lee University, died … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Kim Brooks

Today’s TaxProf Blog has this profile of Tax Prof and Feminist Law Prof Kim Brooks (McGill). -Bridget Crawford

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FeministLawProf Profile: Kimberly Yuracko

Professor Kimberly Yuracko joined the Northwestern Law faculty in 2002 after serving as a visiting assistant professor for the 2001-02 academic year. Her book Perfectionism and Contemporary Feminist Values was published in 2003.   FLP: What is your educational and … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Anthony E. Varona

Anthony E. Varona is an Associate Professor at American University Washington College of Law.   Professor Varona recently answered these questions for Feminist Law Professors. · What is your educational and professional background? A.B. in political science and romance languages … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Naomi Cahn

Naomi Cahn is the John Theodore Fey Research Professor of Law at George Washington University, where she is also the Associate Dean for Faculty Development. Professor Cahn has held a variety of positions in both the private and public interest … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Jessica Silbey

Jessica Silbey is a professor at Suffolk University of Law.   Her scholarly interests focus on the cultural analysis of law, including the interdiscipline of law and literature and law and film.   Before joining the faculty of Suffolk Law … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Ellen Podgor

Ellen S. Podgor is the Associate Dean of Faculty Development and Distance Education at Stetson University College of Law.   She is a co-author of books on white collar crime, criminal law and international criminal law, and has authored articles … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Carlin Meyer

Carlin Meyer is a Professor at New York Law School.   Professor Meyer served on the New York City Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women and was a consultant to its Sexual Harassment Task Force, has written about prostitution … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Neil Buchanan

I am a law professor because of the influence of feminist legal theorists. I was trained as an economist at Harvard, but I always found the methodological norms in the field to be too limiting and was drawn toward interdisciplinary … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Bio: Jessica E. Price

Jessica E. Price joined the Marquette faculty in 2002. Professor Price recently answered these questions for FeministLawProfs: FLP: What is your educational and professional background?     JEP: I received my JD from the Univ. of Minnesota in 1998.  I … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Marcia L. McCormick

Marcia L. McCormick is an associate professor at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law. Her undergraduate education was at Grinnell College, where she majored in philosophy with a focus on postmodern and feminist thinkers. Her law degree is from the … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Lolita Buckner Inniss

Lolita Buckner Inniss has served on the faculty at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University since 1998.   She also serves as a graduate associate of the Institute of Feminist Legal Studies at Osgoode Hall Law School, York … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Jennifer A. Drobac

Jennifer A. Drobac has been a professor at the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis since 2001 and also currently serves on the Kaiser Family Foundation Board of Trustees.   In 2005, Professor Drobac finished her first textbook, Sexual Harassment Law: … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: David S. Cohen

 David S. Cohen is an Associate Professor of Law at the College of Law at Drexel University.   In a recent interview with FeministLawProfs, Professor Cohen discussed his educational and professional background and how feminism affects the way he teaches. … Continue reading

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FeministLawProf Profile: Rebecca Tushnet

Rebecca Tushnet is a professor of law at Georgetown University.   She obtained her J.D. at Yale Law School in 1998, where she was an editor of the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism and an articles editor of the … Continue reading

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Marina Angel Spotlighted at CrimProf Blog

And not bcause she violated any laws, either! The CrimProf Blog has posted a nice profile of Feminist Law Prof Marina Angel. Many thanks to FLP Myrna Raeder for bringing it to my attention. Marina has been a good friend … Continue reading

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I Don’t Often Covet Articles of Clothing

But I want this Sock Monkey Dress!

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Laura I Appleman

Laura I Appleman will join the faculty of Willamette University College of Law in the fall as an assistant professor, where she will teach criminal law, criminal procedure, law and race, and sentencing.   For the past year, she has … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol

 Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, currently the Levin Mabie & Levin Professor of Law at the University of Florida, is a strong and eloquent voice in critical race feminism and women’s human rights.   She received her B.A. from Cornell University, her … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Darren Rosenblum

  Darren Rosenblum teaches International and Comparative Equality (focused on gender and sexuality), Sexuality, Gender and the Law, International Business Transactions, European Union Law and Contracts at Pace Law School.   He studied Philosophy and French, as well as Law, … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Prof Profile: Ann Bartow

Honestly I’m not a complete narcissist, I’m just profiling myself as an introduction to the folks who find their way here who do not know me. It would be fun to feature profiles of everyone on the blogroll, so we … Continue reading

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