Admitted to the bar of New York; Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.), State of Illinois. Professor Subotnik worked in the investment banking field before undertaking teaching positions in law and business at, variously, Northwestern University College of Law; the University of Illinois, Chicago; Santa Clara University School of Law; Seton Hall University School of Law; and the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Professor Subotnik has written on a wide range of legal and non-legal topics, including taxation, accounting, torts, gender and race relations, academic research, and the regulation of sexuality.
Toxic Diversity: Race, Gender and Law Talk in America, New York University Press (2005)
Toxic Diversity offers an invigorating view of race, gender, and law in America. Analyzing the...
Does Testing = Race Discrimination?: Ricci, the Bar Exam, the LSAT, and the Challenge to Learning, 8 U. Mass. L. Rev. 332 (2013)
Aptitude and achievement tests have been under heavy attack in the courts and in academic...