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Visiting Professor Tristin Green, Professor of Law and Dean’s Circle Scholar at the University of San Francisco Law School, specializes in laws affecting inequality, especially employment discrimination law. She brings to her teaching and her scholarship a background in journalism and sociology, and an interest in human relations and in the ways in which laws and contexts shape those relations. Her research and teaching interests include feminist legal theory, employment discrimination, race, gender and queer theory, status identity and emotions, and administrative structures, including wealth transfer systems and civil procedure.
Green often draws on the social sciences in her work to better understand how discrimination operates and how laws can be better framed and implemented to reduce discrimination and enhance equality. She has authored more than twenty chapters, articles, and essays, which have appeared in the Southern California Law Review, Yale Law Journal Forum, Harvard Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review, and California Law Review, among others. She collaborates frequently with sociologists and her work has been cited in scholarly journals on gender and race as well as in law journals.
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