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About Melissa R Hart

Melissa Hart is an expert in employment discrimination and civil procedure and is the Director of the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law. She has been teaching at the University of Colorado Law School since 2000. She teaches Employment Discrimination, Legal Ethics and Professionalism, Education and the Constitution, Civil Procedure and Supreme Court Decisionmaking. Her scholarship focuses primarily on employment discrimination and civil procedure. Professor Hart was the president of the American Association of Law Schools Section on Employment Discrimination in 2008. She is on the editorial board of the peer-reviewed Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal and is a member of the Labor Law Group.
Professor Hart remains active in the legal community, serving on the Colorado Access to Justice Commission, and the Colorado Supreme Court’s Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee and Board of Continuing Judicial and Legal Education. She has authored several amicus briefs in employment discrimination cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and in other matters before several courts of appeals. In 2008, she represented a group of Colorado citizens pro bono in an election law dispute that resulted in a win at the Colorado Supreme Court.


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Amicus Briefs (1)

Employment Discrimination (4)

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