Natalie Pedersen’s research interests focus on employment law and employment discrimination. Professor Pedersen’s publications include “A Legal Framework for Uncovering Implicit Bias,” (forthcoming) in the University of Cincinnati Law Review and “A Subjective Approach to Contracts?: How Courts Interpret Employee Handbook Disclaimers,” in the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal. Before coming to the law school, Professor Pederson practiced with Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP in Philadelphia. She clerked for Judge Marjorie Rendell on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where she was executive editor of Harvard Women’s Law Journal and co-chairperson of the Women’s Law Association. She also served as staff member for the Harvard Negotiations Law Review.
A Subjective Approach to Contracts?: How Courts Interpret Employee Handbook Disclaimers, Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal (2008)
Although employment law in America generally operates under the presumption that employment for an unspecified...
The Price Effects of Event Risk Protection: The Results from a Natural Experiment (with Karl S. Okamoto and David J. Pedersen) (2010)
Prior studies have generally agreed that bond prices reflect both the event risk faced by...