Friday, May 29, 2009
Marcy Karin, currently Legislative Counsel for Workplace Flexibility 2010 and an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, will be joining Arizona State this fall, coming on board as Director of a new Work-Life Policy Unit of the Civil Justice Clinic and an Associate Professor who will teaching some labor and employment classes.
Marcy was previously Supervising Attorney and Teaching Fellow at the Federal Legislation and Administrative Clinic at Georgetown and, before that, she an employment associate at Arent Fox PLLC in Washington, DC.
Marcy's research interests include work-life balance issues and domestic violence and its effect on the workplace. Her recent writings include her article in the Brooklyn Law Review, "Changing Federal Statutory Proposals to Address Domestic Violence at Work,"and a symposium piece in the Rutgers Law Record, "Time Off for Military Families: An Emerging Case Study in a Time of War . . . and the Tipping Point for Future Laws Supporting Work-Life Balance?"
Congratulations to both Marcy and ASU!