Friday, October 12, 2007
Workplace Prof Blog extends a warm welcome to Wendy Greene, who has started teaching her first year at Samford University Cumberland School of Law. I had the pleasure of meeting Wendy at the Denver/Colorado Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor and Employment Law, where she presented on Title VII: What’s Hair (And Other Race-Based Characteristics) Got To Do With It? Here's Wendy's bio:
A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Professor Greene joined the Cumberland School of Law faculty in 2007. She is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana and Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. While at Tulane, Professor Greene clerked for the South Carolina Department of Social Services Office of the General Counsel, the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights, and the governmental relations firm of R. Duffy Wall & Associates. Also as law student, Professor Greene represented indigent clients in civil rights cases for the Tulane Law Civil Litigation Clinic.
Following graduation from Tulane, Professor Greene was employed with the Capitol Hill Group, a Washington D.C. lobbying firm, and Neel and Hooper, P.C. in Houston, Texas, a boutique labor and employment law firm specializing in the representation of management. Most recently, Professor Greene completed the General LL.M. program at the George Washington University Law School in Washington D.C. and submitted her masters’ thesis, a comparative of racial determination in Brazil and the United States.
Professor Greene teaches Equitable Remedies, Race and the Law, and Employment Discrimination. Her additional teaching and research interests include: civil rights, constitutional, property, and comparative slavery and race relations law.
Welcome to the Adacemy, Wendy!