Join Professor Guy-Uriel Charles and Professor Aziza Ahmed, a visiting professor from Northeastern University School of Law. As we close this year’s conference, their conversation will relate themes prevalent from the last two weeks to their own work, and orient us toward how to contextualize what we’ve learned in our work moving forward.
Professor Ahmed is an internationally renowned expert in health law, criminal law and human rights. Her scholarship examines the legal, regulatory and political environments regarding health in US domestic law, US foreign policy and international law. She is currently developing her work on law, feminism and science into a book with particular emphasis on how women’s health advocates shaped the AIDS response. She has also written extensively about abortion and reproductive health.
Guy-Uriel Charles is a Professor of Law at Duke and the founding director of the Duke Law Center on Law, Race and Politics. He teaches and writes on issues related to constitutional law, election law, campaign finance, redistricting, politics, and race. He joins the Harvard Law faculty in the fall of 2021 as the Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute, following years of calls from students for HLS to hire a CRT scholar.
The virtual conference will run from April 6 to April 18. Register for conference links and updates here: tinyurl.com/HLSCRT2021