Please join us at 5pm on Tuesday February 28th for this free virtual program on the eve of Women’s History Month as Montpelier’s Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution learns from Professor Julie Chi-hye Suk.
About Dr. Julie Suk
Dr. Suk is an interdisciplinary and comparative legal scholar, researching equality at the intersection of law, history, sociology, and politics in the United States and globally. She has authored dozens of articles and book chapters about comparative constitutional law; the procedural implementation of equality norms in the United States and Europe; gender quotas; and women, work, and family. Her 2020 book, We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment, and her forthcoming book, After Misogyny: How the Law Fails Women and What to Do about It, examine women's struggles towards inclusive constitutional democracy around the world.
Dr. Suk is currently a faculty member at The Fordham University School of Law. She has previously been a professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), and Cardozo Law School, and taught as a visiting professor at Yale, Harvard, Columbia, University of Chicago, and UCLA. She received her doctorate in politics from Oxford University and her J.D. from Yale Law School.
This project is financially assisted by a generous grant from the Virginia Law Foundation. The Virginia Law Foundation promotes through philanthropy the rule of law, access to justice and law-related education.