People Roles: Authors

J.D. 2017, New York University School of Law. A special thank you to the editorial staff of the N.Y.U. Review of Law & Social Changeand particularly to Molly A Griffard, Charlotte G.L. Heyrman, Bobby Hunter, Joanna R. Loomis, and Nora

Caroline Fredrickson is President of the American Constitution Society (ACS). During her tenure, Fredrickson has helped grow ACS, which now has lawyer chapters across the country, student chapters in nearly every law school in the United States, and thousands of

Jessica Neuwirth is founder and co-President of the ERA Coalitionand author of Equal Means Equal: Why the Time for an Equal Rights Amendment Is Now. She directs the Roosevelt House Human Rights Program at Hunter College.

Professor Lan Cao is the Betty Hutton Williams Professor of International Economic Law at Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law (JD Yale Law School, BA Mount Holyoke College).

Lenora Lapidus was the Director of the Women’s Rights Project at the American Civil Liberties Union. She litigated gender discrimination cases in courts throughout the country and before international human rights bodies, engaged in public policy advocacy, and spoke on

Madeleine Gyory, StaffAttorney, New York City Commissionon Human Rights.New York University School of Law, J.D. 2017; Barnard College, B.A. 2010.

"Too often, even 28 years after the NYU clinic’s founding, parents and their lawyers are painted as people who are not focused on the child’s safety. This could not be further from the truth. Parents are the people who most

Visiting Assistant Professor at Seattle University School of Law, Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic. J.D., University of California Berkeley School of Law. See Monika Batra, Organizing in the South Asian Domestic Worker Community: Pushing the Boundaries of the Law and

Shanta Trivedi is a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the University of Baltimore Bronfein Family Law Clinic.

"No, I’m not a plumber. I am a recently retired State Representative from Illinois. My role in the effort to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (“ERA”) as a state representative, however, is very much akin to that of a plumber."

Viviana is a Law Fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center. She received her  J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2017 and her B.A. from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 2014.