Prof. Wendy Greene Presents Paper at the 7th Annual Labor and Employment Law Colloquium
On September 14th, Professor Wendy Greene presented her most recent paper titled, “Categorical Discrimination,” during the 7th Annual Labor and Employment Law Colloquium co-hosted by the Loyola-Chicago University and Northwestern University Schools of Law. A leading gathering of labor and employment law academicians and practitioners, the Colloquium provides a unique opportunity for participants to workshop current legal scholarship and receive constructive feedback from experts in the field.
A download of Professor Greene’s abstract and paper is available on the Social Science Research Network's website at the following link, http://ssrn.com/abstract=2148754
Professor Wendy Greene is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana, Tulane University Law School and The George Washington University Law School. She has presented extensively on a number of topics related to race and law, including racial equality in the workplace, U.S. racial determination cases, comparative slavery and race relations in Brazil and the United States, critical race theory, and law and literature. Professor Greene has published articles devoted to the intersection of race, law, and history, with specific concentration on the areas of employment discrimination and comparative slavery and race relations law.
Professor Greene is the recipient of Cumberland School of Law’s Harvey S. Jackson Excellence in Teaching Award, an award given to a faculty member at Cumberland School of Law by colleagues and students.
Professor Greene’s complete biography can be found on the law school’s faculty page.