Friday, March 16, 2007
My good friend and fellow blogger, Scott Moss, has announced that he is leaving Marquette Law to join the University of Colorado Law School this Fall. Scott teaches Employment Discrimination, Employment Law, Constitutional Law, Law & Economics, and a Seminar on Class Actions. He is one of the few feminist law & economic scholars out there!
Scott joined the Marquette faculty in 2004 after six years as an attorney in New York City. After a year as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Constance Baker Motley (S.D.N.Y.), he was a plaintiff's employment lawyer in New York City at Outten & Golden, the largest plaintiff-side employment law practice in the country. At O&G, he represented employees in individual and class action litigation of discrimination, harassment, and minimum/overtime wage claims. He also has argued and briefed appeals at the federal and state level.
In his three years at Marquette, Scott has published a substantial amount of scholarship, including:
Prisoners and Students and Workers - Oh, My! A Cautionary Note about Excessive Institutional Tailoring of First Amendment Doctrine, 54 U.C.L.A. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming mid-2007).
Illuminating Secrecy: A New Economic Analysis of Confidential Settlements, 105 Mich. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming spring 2007). Against "Academic Deference": Keeping Title VII Alive to Redress Academic Discrimination, 27 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 1 (2006). Where There's At-Will, There Are Many Ways: Redressing the Increasing Incoherence of Employment At-Will, 67 U. Pittsburgh L. Rev. 295 (2005).
Congratulations to Scott on his big move!