Jonathan Feingold

Jonathan Feingold’s scholarship explores the relationship between race, law, and the mind sciences. Much of his recent research has interrogated how and why various American legal regimes, including equal protection doctrine, function to reinforce and reproduce racial hierarchy. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the California Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, Utah […]

Caitlin Glass

Caitlin Glass joins BU Law in January 2024 to direct the Antiracism and Community Lawyering Practicum in collaboration with the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, where she is a Non-Resident Fellow. The practicum trains students in the traditions of community and movement lawyering, and provides them with real-world opportunities to support social […]

Jasmine Gonzales Rose

Professor Jasmine Gonzales Rose is a critical proceduralist and is particularly interested in the intersections of race and language within two areas: juries and evidence. She is a leading criticalist voice on evidence law, with a focus on the evidentiary issues raised by racialized police violence. She is also an expert on juror language disenfranchisement. […]

Vinay Harpalani

Vinay Harpalani is Professor of Law and the Lee and Leon Karelitz Chair in Evidence and Procedure at the University of New Mexico School of Law, where he teaches courses in constitutional law, civil procedure, employment discrimination, and race and law. Professor Harpalani received the 2017 Derrick A. Bell, Jr. Award from the Association of […]

Ngozi Okidegbe

Ngozi Okidegbe is a Moorman-Simon Interdisciplinary Career Development Associate Professor of Law and Assistant Professor of Computing & Data Sciences. Her focus is in the areas of law and technology, evidence, criminal procedure, and racial justice. Her work examines how the use of predictive technologies in the criminal justice system impacts racially marginalized communities.  Professor Okidegbe is […]

Angela Onwuachi-Willig

Angela Onwuachi-Willig is dean and Ryan Roth Gallo Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law. A renowned legal scholar and expert in critical race theory, employment discrimination, and family law, she joined the law school as dean in August 2018. Before joining the School of Law, Dean Onwuachi-Willig served as Chancellor’s Professor of Law […]

Portia Pedro

Portia Pedro, a former public interest litigation fellow who also worked as a litigation associate at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, joined the full-time faculty of Boston University School of Law as an associate professor in July 2018. She teaches civil procedure, remedies, and critical civil procedure. Professor Pedro studies the ways in which racial subordination […]