The Stanford Center for Law and History is pleased to announce that Brent Salter will be its fellow for 2019-2021. Salter currently teaches at Yale College and is a J.S.D. candidate at Yale Law School, where his dissertation and ongoing research examines the laws and practices of the performing arts in the United States. He received a LL.M. from Yale Law School, LL.B. from Macquarie University, and Arts and Commerce undergraduate degrees from the University of Sydney. He has authored and edited articles, chapters, and books on legal histories of creative communities, as well as the laws of the first colonial courts of Australia. His forthcoming book “Negotiating Copyright in the American Theatre” is under contract with Cambridge University Press.Do you have hiring/appointments/fellowship news to share? Please feel free to email us!
Elizabeth Katz, the Center’s inaugural fellow, is joining the faculty at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. She holds a J.D. and M.A. from the University of Virginia and is receiving her Ph.D. in History from Harvard University this year. Prior to the fellowship, she clerked for the Honorable J. Frederick Motz on the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and worked as a litigation associate at Covington & Burling. She is a previous recipient of the ASLH's Kathryn T. Preyer award, as well as the author of several articles and book chapters, including a forthcoming article in the University of Chicago Law Review, a prize-winning Note in the Virginia Law Review, and an article in the William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law. Her research focuses on the regulation of American families through civil and criminal laws.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Salter to Stanford Center for Law & History; Katz to Wash U
Via the Stanford Center for Law and History, we have the following news: