About Susan P. Sturm
Susan Sturm is the George M. Jaffin Professor of Law and Social Responsibility at Columbia Law School, where her principal areas of teaching and research include institutional change, structural inequality in employment and higher education, employment discrimination, public law remedies, conflict resolution, and civil procedure. She is a founding co-director of the Center for Institutional and Social Change at Columbia. Her recent publications include: Conflict Resolution and Systemic Change (with Howard Gadlin, 2007); The Law School Matrix: Reforming Legal Education in a Culture of Competition and Conformity (with Lani Guinier, 2007); Courts as Catalysts: Rethinking the Role of the Judiciary in New Governance (with Joanne Scott, 2007); The Architecture of Inclusion: Advancing Workplace Equity in Higher Education (2006); Law’s Role in Addressing Complex Discrimination (2005); Equality and the Forms of Justice (2004); Lawyers and the Practice of Workplace Equity (2002); Second Generation Employment Discrimination: A Structural Approach, (2001); and Who’s Qualified? (with Lani Guinier)(Beacon Press, 2001). “The Architecture of Inclusion” is the subject of the June 2007 issue of the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender. She is a founding member of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Diversity at Columbia University. She also has developed a website with Lani Guinier, www.racetalks.org, on building multiracial learning communities. In 2007, she received the Presidential Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching at Columbia.