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About Mathilde Cohen

Mathilde Cohen is a Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut. She works in the fields of jurisprudence, comparative law, constitutional law, food law, and gender and law. Her work is cross-disciplinary, spanning a variety of subjects, including deliberative democracy, judicial decision-making, and the gendering and racialization of food.

Currently, Professor Cohen is studying the way in which the United States and France regulate milk, both animal and human. She is conducting fieldwork in both countries to uncover the deep similarities between the two kinds of milk as well as the legal, economic, and political issues raised by milk production and consumption. In 2015, she received the Hessel Yntema Prize from the American Society of Comparative Law for the “most outstanding” article by a scholar under 40 appearing in the previous year’s volume of the American Journal of Comparative Law.

Positions

Present Associate Professor of Law and Robert D. Glass Scholar, University of Connecticut
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