Friday, June 20, 2008
Caroline Corbin has just accepted a tenure-track teaching position at the University of Miami Law School, where she'll be teaching Employment Discrimination among other courses.
Caroline holds a B.A. from Harvard
University (1991) and a J.D. from Columbia Law School (2001), where she
was the highest ranked female law graduate as well as the Solicitations
and Notes Editor of the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.
Following graduation, Carolinecompleted a postdoctoral research
fellowship at Columbia Law, where she was also an associate in law. Caroline also practiced law as an attorney with the American Civil
Liberties Union’s Reproductive Freedom Project and was a litigation
associate with Sullivan & Cromwell, where she served as lead or
co-counsel in civil rights cases. Her written work includes Above the
Law? The Constitutionality of the Ministerial Exemption from
Antidiscrimination Law, 75 Fordham L. Rev. 1965 (2007) and Mixed Speech: When Speech is Both Private and Governmental, 83 NYU L. Rev. 101 (2008).
Welcome to the legal academy, Caroline!