Saru Matambanadzo is an Associate Professor of Law at Tulane University Law School.
She holds a PhD from UCLA in Women’s Studies, has a JD from Harvard Law School and completed graduate coursework at University of Pittsburgh in Philosophy.
Saru has received numerous research grants including the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow, the Eugene Coata-Robles Fellowship, the University of California President's Dissertation Fellowship and the Key Leroy Irvis Fellowship. During her graduate studies she worked as a Senior Researcher in DLA Piper’s Real Estate Practice and was a Summer Research Fellow for the Williams Project at UCLA Law School.
She has taught seminars and courses in gender and legal studies at UCLA, California State University, Long Beach and University of Oregon. Saru is the author of the newest edition of West’s Sex Discrimination in a Nutshell
(forthcoming 2016). She has also published on legal sex for transgender persons, philosophy of legal education, legal personhood and feminist legal theory. Her current research project, Reconceiving Pregnancy, focuses on the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Professor Matambanadzo's CV
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Fall 2015 - Feminist Legal Theory; Law & Sexuality Seminar
Spring 2016 - Business Enterprises