Professor Strubbe graduated with high honors from Chicago-Kent College of Law, where she was an editor of the Chicago-Kent Law Review. After law school, she spent four years as an associate with a small Chicago law firm which concentrated in complex federal litigation. She then taught at Chicago-Kent for two years, first as an instructor, then as one of the first visiting assistant professors teaching legal research and writing. Professor Strubbe returned to private practice for seven years as a partner at Brigham, Kane & Strubbe before rejoining the Chicago-Kent faculty in 1994. While in private practice, she concentrated in employment-related matters. Professor Strubbe is the principal author and editor-in-chief of the 1999 Cumulative Supplement to Sexual Harassment in Employment Law. She teaches legal research and writing, employment law courses, and estates and trusts.
The Faragher and Ellerth Cases Create a Liability Shield for Employers, Employee Rights Quarterly (2001)
Traps for the Unwary Employee: The Intersection of the ADA, FMLA, SSA and Worker's Compensation Acts, Illinois Public Employee Relations Report (1996)
Contributions to Books
Implied Contracts of Employment: What Does "Good Cause" Mean After Cotran?, 2000 Employment Law Update (2000)