LAPA Hot-Off-The-Press Book Talk with Author Lauren Edelman
Department:Program in Law and Public Affairs
Audience:Open to the Public
Discussion of Lauren Edelman's recently-published book, "WORKING LAW: COURTS, CORPORATIONS, AND SYMBOLIC CIVIL RIGHTS."
RSVP needed for lunch.
Details and to RSVP for lunch: http://lapa.princeton.edu/content/working-law-courts-corporations-and-symbolic-civil-rights
Books will be available for purchase at this event.
Lauren B. Edelman is the Agnes Roddy Robb Professor of Law and Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Before joining the Boalt faculty in 1996, she was a member of the sociology and law faculties at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Edelman's research addresses the interplay between organizations and their legal environments, focusing on employers' responses to and constructions of civil rights laws, workers’ mobilization of legal rights, and the impact of management practices on legal institutions. She has also worked in the area of school rights, the intersection of critical race theory and empirical sociolegal studies, dispute resolution, and is beginning work on disabilities in the workplace. Her recent book is Working Law: Courts, Corporations and Symbolic Civil Rights (University of Chicago Press 2016).
Organized by the Program in Law and Public Affairs