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. 

Books

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...

 

Articles

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Contesting a Contestation of Testing: A Reply to Richard Delgado, 9 U. Mass. L. Rev. 296 (2014)

This article was written as part of an ongoing dialog about the author’s previous article,...

 

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Race Indeed Above All: A Reply to Professors Andrea Curcio, Carol Chomsky, and Eileen Kaufman, 9 U. Mass. L. Rev. 278 (2014)

This article was written as part of an ongoing dialog about the author’s previous article,...

 

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Testing, Discrimination, and Opportunity: A Reply to Professor Harvey Gilmore, 135 Seattle J. Social Justice 57 (2014)

This article was written as part of an ongoing dialog about the author’s previous article,...