Saturday, December 1, 2012

Welcome, Mary Ziegler!

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We are excited to announce that Mary Ziegler will be joining us for the month of December.  She is an assistant professor at Saint Louis University School of Law, where she teaches constitutional law, family law, and torts. Prior to joining the faculty at SLU, she clerked for John A. Dooley of the Vermont Supreme Court and held a Ruebhausen Fellowship at Yale Law School.

Professor Ziegler's research focuses on constitutional, reproductive-health, and family-law issues. Recent articles include "The Incomplete Revolution: Reexamining the Law, History, and Politics of Marital Property," which is forthcoming in the Michigan Journal of Law and Gender; "Women's Rights on the Right: The History and Stakes of Modern Pro-life Feminism, 1968 to Present," forthcoming in the Berkeley Journal of Law, Gender, and Justice; and "Sexing Harris: The Law and Politics of Defunding Planned Parenthood," Buffalo Law Review, Vol. 60, no. 3 (2012). Her research has also appeared in the Law and History Review, the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, the Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender, the Brigham Young University Law Review, the Marquette Law Review, the Florida State University Law Review, the Chicago-Kent Law Review, and the Texas Journal of Women and the Law.

Welcome, Mary Ziegler!

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