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About Minna J. Kotkin

Professor Kotkin joined the faculty in 1984 and is the director of the BLS Employment Law Clinic. She also has taught New York practice, civil procedure, administrative law, civil rights law, and interviewing and counseling.
Professor Kotkin has written and lectured extensively on issues of employment discrimination and clinical legal education. Her recent articles include Diversity and Discrimination: A Look at Complex Bias (forthcoming, William & Mary Law Review), Invisible Settlements, Invisible Discrimination (North Carolina Law Review, 2006 ) and Outing Outcomes: An empirical Study of Confidential Employment Discrimination Settlements (Washington and Lee Law Review, 2007). Professor Kotkin has been a visiting scholar at New York University School of Law, University of East London, and the University of Cape Town.
She has served as the chair of the Association of American Law Schools' Section on Litigation, and Section on Clinical Legal Education, on the steering committee of the Association's Equal Justice Project, and on the Board of Editors of the Clinical Law Review. She currently serves on the board of directors of Disability Advocates, Inc. and the United State District Court, Eastern District of New York Litigation Fund, and has previously been a board member of several legal services organizations.
Before joining the Brooklyn faculty in 1984, Professor Kotkin was the litigation director of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and a litigation associate at Proskauer Rose. She was graduated from Rutgers University Law School - Camden, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the law review, and Barnard College.


Present Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School



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Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: (718) 780-7992

Articles (15)

Contributions to Books (4)

Unpublished Papers (2)