Expert on Sotomayor Hearings to Speak at ONU
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Abrams is the Herma Hill Kay distinguished professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley.
Abrams currently teaches jurisprudence, voting rights and constitutional law at Berkeley. Her scholarship has explored questions of employment discrimination, minority vote dilution and campaign finance, with the majority of her research in the area of feminist jurisprudence. She has also written on feminist methodology and epistemology and the jurisprudence of sexual harassment.
Before entering academia, Abrams clerked for Judge Frank M. Johnson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. She has also taught at the law schools of Boston University, Indiana University Bloomington, Harvard University and Northwestern University. She was professor of law and associate professor of ethics and public life at Cornell University, where she also served as director of the women's studies program. She began teaching at Berkeley Law in 2001.