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Robert H. Mundheim Professor of Law
Wax Takes on Big-Picture Themes of Poverty and Inequality
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Professor Amy Wax
Amy Wax, recently appointed Robert H. Mundheim Professor of Law, is as much social critic as law professor. A contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Wax regularly writes about policy prescriptions for the ills of poverty and inequality.

In particular, she finds the welfare state, and the competing interests of work and family, endlessly compelling research areas. “It seems to me that two of the most central and important challenges facing our society currently, and in the future, are how to blend work and family responsibilities in the wake of the entry of women into the workforce and the complete sea change in social life brought about by feminism,” says Wax.

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