We’re delighted to welcome Katie Eyer, of Rutgers-Camden Law School, as a guest for the month.
Katie joined the Rutgers Camden law faculty as an Assistant Professor in June 2012. Her work, which takes multidisciplinary approaches to questions of contemporary anti-discrimination law, has appeared or is forthcoming in journals such as the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Minnesota Law Review and the Yale Law & Policy Review. Her most recent work-in-progress, titled “Constitutional Colorblindness and the Family,” was recently awarded Honorable Mention in the 2013 AALS Scholarly Papers Competition, where it was described by the selection committee as “saying something new and compelling about constitutional colorblindness.”
Prior to coming to Rutgers, Katie was a Research Scholar and Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania, where she conducted [...]
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