I am pleased to share that my article “Identity Entrepreneurs,” which is forthcoming in the California Law Review later this year, was selected for presentation the Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum. This year the Forum will take place in at Yale Law School on June 26-27. I’m excited to attend and to share my work with top scholars in my field, as well as to meet the other junior scholars whose papers were selected. You can find more information about the Forum here.
I’ll be participating in three panels at the 110th AALS annual meeting in New York this year:
- Affirmative Action After Fisher, January 7, 2016, 1:30-3:15 PM (with Erwin Chemerinsky, Ilya Somin, Devon Carbado, Brian Fitzpatrick, and Eric Segall)
- Becoming a Legal Scholar, AALS Annual Meeting, January 9, 2016, 10:30-12:15 PM (with Brad Arehart, David Skeel, Reva Siegel, Sam Buell, and Lior Strahilevitz)
- Roundtable: Increasing Author Diversity in Legal Scholarship, January 9, 2016, 3:30-4:45 PM (with a group of 15 law professors of different interests and backgrounds)
A link to the entire program and other information about the annual meeting is available here. I look forward to seeing colleagues who will also be attending the conference!