In honor of International Women’s Day, why not explore the research and writing of some of the University at Buffalo School of Law’s renowned scholars in the field of Women and the Law?
- Professor Isabel Marcus, research focus: Domestic Violence, Family Law, International Human Rights, International Women’s Human Rights, Remedies http://www.law.buffalo.edu/faculty/facultyDirectory/MarcusIsabel.html
- Professor Martha T. McCluskey, Research Focus: Civil Rights Law, Critical Legal Studies, Disability Law, Employment Law, Energy Law, Family Law, Gender and Law, Health Law, Insurance and the Law, Law and Economics, Race and the Law, Regulated Industries, Welfare Law http://www.law.buffalo.edu/faculty/facultyDirectory/McCluskeyMartha.html
- Professor Athena D. Mutua, Research Focus: Civil Rights, Corporations, Critical Race and Feminist, Legal Theory http://www.law.buffalo.edu/faculty/facultyDirectory/MutuaAthena.html
Interested in more scholarship from the Law School? Check out our faculty’s Research & Areas of Interest http://www.law.buffalo.edu/faculty/researchAreas.html and follow the links to their bios and publications.Tags: faculty research, international women's day, scholarship, women and the law