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About Catherine R. Albiston

Albiston's research addresses the relationship between law and social change through a variety of empirical projects. She is currently conducting a study of more than 200 public interest law firms that examines how funding sources and other environmental factors affect their strategy, structure, and mission. Her other work includes investigating how law affects normative bias against workers who use family leave, barriers to exercising mandatory leave rights, how litigation affects social movements and social change, judicial deference to institutionalized employment practices, and the politics and effects of unpublished opinion rules.

Positions

Present Executive Committee, Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice, Berkeley Law
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Present Professor of Law, Berkeley Law
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Present Professor of Sociology, Berkeley Law
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines

Law

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Books (1)

Peer Review Articles (9)

Law Review Articles (9)

Commentary & Shorter Pieces (5)

Contributions to Books (4)