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Serena Mayeri
Assistant Professor of Law
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Serena Mayeri
Serena Mayeri joins Penn Law as a scholar of legal history, family law, and antidiscrimination law, with a special interest in the relationship between law and social movements. This year, she will teach a Family Law course and a legal history seminar entitled Law and Social Movements in Twentieth-Century America. Mayeri has focused her research on the historical impact of progressive and conservative social movements on legal and constitutional change. She has explored how lawyers, judges, activists, politicians, and ordinary citizens reasoned about the relationship between racial justice and women’s rights during the 1960s and 1970s.

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