The symposium will highlight topics related to how women may receive unequal treatment that, although not actionable under anti-discrimination or other laws, hinders their ability to advance and flourish. The gathering will bring together academics and practitioners from a broad range of areas, including employment and labor law, business law, criminal law, and politics.
Regina Ramsey James is an associate professor of legal writing and analysis at the Southern University Law Center. Prior to joining the Law Center, James was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable John Michael Guidry of the First Circuit Court of Appeal and an associate with the law firm of McGlinchey Stafford. Professor James’ research and scholarship focuses on education law and constitutional law. She is also a frequent CLE speaker on issues of professionalism and ethics. View her scholarship here.